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Watch How a "clickjacking attack" Works

Folks, how would you feel about an invisible element planted on a webpage being used to infect your machine? Steal your logins? Turn on your webcam and surreptitiously snap pics of you?

Does that sound farfetched? Well, it isn’t science fiction. It is the cybercriminal attack called “clickjacking“. This video from TechRepublic demonstrates a “clickjack”, how easy it is for the hacker, and what you can do to protect yourself.

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Yes. They really are doing this.

Today’s free link: To learn more about online dangers and how to protect yourself (and your machine) while you surf the Web, please see, Don’t Know These Basic Computer Security Precautions? -You’re In Trouble.

Today’s free download: (Today’s is a service, not a download) Monkey On Your Back is your to-do list for things that you want other people to do. Create a monkey for each task you want to delegate to someone else. We’ll send that person email reminders about the task, and email you a reminder when the deadline for the task has expired.

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June 19, 2009 - Posted by | advice, browsers, computers, cyber crime, hackers, Internet, PC, security, tech | , , , , , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. I wish you’d write a post about this Paul.
    The audio of my pc is bad.
    Great post anyway.

    Like

    Comment by pochp | June 20, 2009 | Reply


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