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i call a.jsp with http (not https). a.jsp includes a link starting with https and calling b.jsp. b.jsp has a link starting with http and calling c.jsp.
if request for b.jsp = x1
and response as b.jsp = x2
and request for c.jsp = x3
and response as c.jsp = x4
which of x1, x2, x3, and x4 is (are) encrypted? i asked this question in the security forum but nobody answered.. is it a difficult question? i think the answer is x1 and x2 but i want to be sure.. thanx..
 
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