My problem is the following: when I want to log in to my account, the login link leads to a non encrypt page (http://). The only way I can do an encrypted login is to manually change the URL from http:// to https:// and even in this case, I get browser (Firefox) warnings that not all the content of the page is encrypted. Now, I'd understand if this warning came when attempting to load the blog per se, because there's no reason for posts' content, images, etc... to be encrypted. But on the login page?! What is there that is not to be encrypted??
I googled (and searched WP's FAQ and forum) for answers, but most of the stuff I found was directed to users who run their own WP software.
So, my question here is twofold:
1) Is it possible for a WP.com user, to set up the login link so that it uses SSL *by default*?
2) Is it normal behaviour to encrypt just part of the content of the login page? (if for nothing else, the warnings are annoying, but can't turn them off cause I when browsing the web, I like to know when pages doing, well exactly this kind of thing)