If a Man-in-the-middle has the private RSA key of the SSL encryption. It should be possible for the Man-in-the-middle to decode the entire HTTPS datastream right? So, then the encryption is essentially broken.
closed as not a real question by Adnan, TildalWave, NULLZ, Terry Chia, AJ Henderson Jun 17 '13 at 14:16
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There are two relevant attacks: