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graham king
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I'm working on an ajax call which returns results that contains some sensitive user data. The application uses an ssl certificate during normal day to day operations.

I was curious if the browser will still use the certificate and encrypt the data if I were to make an ajax call via the https protocol? Do any of you know of a good way to test the flow and server response?

Thanks,
Graham


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graham king
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I guess this answers my question:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/118714/HTML-JavaScript/Ajax-SSL-DoD
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graham king
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Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
Yup.


Thanks, I got a little nervous seeing the Firebug response in Firefox. But I guess that's the browser translation of the response.
 
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