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Clickjacking
Posted by _Liz G., Last modified by _Korey Chapman on 31 January 2012 05:30 PM
What is Clickjacking?

Clickjacking allows an attacker to control the links your browser visits when accessed through a malicious website. Clickjacking affects all browsers, and has nothing to do with JavaScript. (Turning Javascript off will NOT counter the affects of Clickjacking .)

Clickjacking exploits a flaw in the way browsers work and cannot be fixed via a simple patch. Once you have visited a malicious website, your browsing can be directed via any link, button or other means without you even seeing it happen.

NOTE: If your browser is already being redirected, the following changes to your browser will not stop the redirection.

For information on how to disable
Clickjacking - CLICK HERE.

More information on
Clickjacking can be found at: ZDNET.


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