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if you use source code to embed your form is the submission encryptedAsked by phluent on November 17, 2015 at 12:57 AM
I noticed that the embed source code now uses https links to files - is the data submitted from the form encrypted if the source is used to embed the form? We use the source for the phone versions of pages so that they behave when using ADOBE MUSE to render a site.
We are embedding the source code with https. However the forms are not encrypted.
My colleague @Mert was mentioned about secure submissions at the following link below:
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