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I use Meebo my primary IM client anymore, and I always use it via HTTPS. They rolled out a bunch of updates to the whole Meebo service today (most of which I'm not a fan of), but the new Meebo Minibar is a nice little browser IM client. However if it's not HTTPS its not worth it, and I can't find any documentation as to whether the data sent by it is SSL encrypted or not.

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closed as off-topic by Al E., jonsca Jun 21 '15 at 8:52

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The MiniBar will not appear on sites that use HTTPS. If the url of the site begins with https:// rather than http://, the MiniBar will be disabled.

From the MiniBar Browser Extension FAQ page.

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