Wasn't that encrypted?

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Encryption is pointless if not applied to an entire session. It only gives users a false sense of security.

Consumers are advised to "look for the padlock when browsing and your identity will be safe". As security professionals, we all know it's a bit more complex than that, but the principle is sound, isn't it? Sessions are used by web applications to identify authenticated users. ...

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