Since i cannot comment on questions, I give my own:
If a secret key encrypt algorithm can encrypt messages of arbitrary length and the encrypt algorithm is probabilistic then: suppose the adversary selects two messages of different length, $||m_0||=n$, $||m_1||=l$ and $n<l$. She gets back a ciphertext $c$. How can she tell which message was encrypted? Cause I thought that since the encryption is probabilistic the length of $c$ might as well be $n$ (which is not likely, but just to show that $c$ can have any length), while message $m_1$ was the one encrypted. Right? or very wrong?