You are viewing a condensed mobile version of this NASPA webpage.
Switch to full version.
NASPA Zyzzyva version 3.0.4 was a stable release of Zyzzyva that was eventually replaced by version 3.1.0. It was released for Windows, OS X and Linux.
This release of NASPA Zyzzyva lifted the fixed time limit found in the previous testing version, 3.0.3. This is the last release that will support OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
For step-by-step installation instructions, see:
Merriam-Webster has required encryption of the OTCWL2014, SSWL2015 and OSPD5 lexicons within Zyzzyva. In order to support this encryption, NASPA Zyzzyva has built-in deadlines, as follows:
Obtaining a license and activating the license with the check-in process require internet access. If you need to install the protected lexicons on a machine without internet access, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information about off-line activation.
Please note that as of May 6th, 2015, Norton Antivirus has incorrectly flagged Zyzzyva as suspicious for Windows users. As such, Norton users must train the antivirus software to ignore the folder where Zyzzyva lives (which is either C:\Program Files\NASPA Zyzzyva 3.0.4 or C:\Program Files (x86)\NASPA Zyzzyva 3.0.4, on Windows). Here is a good summary of how you to do so: http://antivirus.about.com/od/securitytips/ht/excludefilesfromnorton.htm
Here is a procedure used by one user to correct the Norton issue:
First, restore the program:
Next, before exiting Norton, exclude further activity against this program:
Zyzzyva should now be restored, and should not be quarantined by Norton in the future.
You may need to restore the program icon from the desktop shortcut at this point. To do so, follow these steps: