Clickjacking – Safe Guarding User From Client Side Attacks and Vulnerabilities

In a clickjacking attack, effort has been taken into the research in the client side attacks that includes the vulnerabilities that are like the cross-site scripting and cross-site forgery and many other types recently and known as Clickjacking. In this paper, the clickjacking uses the vulnerability that the browser exploits the weakness in a different domain that is isolated and having the same origin policy. It performs this action by making the user to click on the frame the user wants but actually that is not the user need. In many of the cases, this malicious vulnerability makes the unsuspecting user to consider their details that are compromised in a click.

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