> Comment #66021
Depends on the browser you're using, if there's no padlock at all, nothing should be encrypted. If there's a padlock labeled by a slash or a warning sign, then something is encrypted and something not, depending on the site visited (could be images, scripts, etc.).
This is about firefox:
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2 years and 8 months ago
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