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Old 6th April 2010
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The encryption ceases at the end point, your home system.. the traffic would be encrypted between your work and home, but it couldn't possibly be encrypted after that point as communications with the remote host ( would be just HTTP, not HTTPS.

There is no way to do what you ask unless the remote services you're accessing support encryption.. and I'm not sure if HTTPS can be negotiated over a SOCKS proxy, OpenSSH does support other types of tunnels though.
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