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HTTPS and JSP File Browser

 
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I have a web site running HTTPS.

I am using the JSP file brower to list many of my personal files. When a user clicks on the file name hyperlink, the open/save prompt appears.

My Question: If the user chooses to open or save, will this transfer of the file be encripted? I believe that it will, I just want to make sure.

thanks,

Alex
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Not sure what you mean by 'the JSP File Browser but yes all requests/responses made under SSL are encrypted.
 
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Thanks for the reply.

The JSP file browser is a very helpful jsp page that allows remote: file upload, download, edit, delete, ect.

The page has been extremely helpful to me. I recomend checking it out. Its also free!

http://www.vonloesch.de/jspbrowser.html
 
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When using proprietary 3rd-party tools it's usually a good idea to point that out right off the bat. Otherwise, no one has any idea what you are asking about.
 
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