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how to get the decripted data

 
Greenhorn
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Hi


I have enabled the https for my e-commerce site.(everything works fine)


In https the public key in browser encrypts the

data and transfers it to web server.the web server

again decrypts the data using private key and I am getting

the clear data.

in above case the encryption and decryption mechanism are hidden from

me.

How can make sure that really encryption happens?

Is any way to see the decrypted data?
 
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I would imagine that there are proxies that can make transcripts of everything that runs through them.
 
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