bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk

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Barry
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bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk

Post by Barry » Fri Nov 06, 2020 10:21 am

Dear community of WOT users!

If anyone has a moment to spare, would you please evaluate my Bosbury History Resource website?

Many Thanks

Barry Sharples

Site URL:
www.bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk

Scorecard:
www.mywot.com/scorecard/bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk

Introduction:
The website has been going for many years but never got a WOT score because I guess it must be so boring or just so difficult to find that no-one at WOT has looked at it. It is my personal site giving historical information about a little village in England where I live. And I have to say it is completely safe and people all over the world find it useful when they are researching family history.

Privacy Policy
Creative Commons license on home page and I have a no cookies or adverts policy.

Contact the site owner
I put my email address on an image link on the Introduction page to save being spammed.

Whois information
https://whois.domaintools.com/bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk
Last edited by spectre on Fri Nov 06, 2020 11:51 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Site name added to evaluation title as per guidelines

A440
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Re: bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk

Post by A440 » Mon Feb 15, 2021 4:00 pm

Hello and welcome to WOT.

Your site appears to be free of exploits and malware. You have a privacy policy in place.
Your SSL rating is only a "B" due to TLS issues, however, seeing how there is no private information or commercial traffic herein, it's likely not an issue.

I note the current rating is way too severe in that there are quite a few notoriously bad sites with better ratings than this site!
Machine learning has its issues again?

Rated.

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Re: bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk

Post by Site-rater » Sun Feb 21, 2021 11:03 pm

How come it's got a Windows 10 logo in the footer?

Also, HTTPS isn't enforced. The "B" grade is due to TLS 1.1 being available, which very few web browsers still in use require.

A440
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Re: bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk

Post by A440 » Mon Feb 22, 2021 2:00 pm

Wow, I had not noticed the Windows 10 icon. That's strange. Lol.

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