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Android's recent update: Reams of popups and smarmy ads.

Not a happy camper today. Ever since the latest update on my Android, I’ve been getting endless popups and ads on my phone. I don’t know whose fault it is, and I can’t stop it. 3,985 more words


Security Researcher Claims NoScript Isn't as Secure as Advertised

Popular browser add-on NoScript isn’t always securing users from web exploits, according to Matthew Bryant, a penetration tester and security researcher.

Frequently endorsed browsing add-on… 524 more words



When I first heard about clickjacking, I was amazed at how easy it is to use this type of attack and what damage it can do. 1,197 more words


SEEDLabs: Clickjacking attack lab (Part 2)

In the previous post, part 1, we successfully did the task 1. In this part, we are going to do solve the iFrame section, proposed a clickjacking attack scenario and the countermeasure for this attack. 1,248 more words

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SEEDLabs: Clickjacking attack lab (Part 1)

Clickjacking, also known as UI-Redress attack, misleads the victim by overlaying multiple frames and making some frames invisible. Thus the victim is displayed with one webpage but his/her action is actually on another webpage that is selected by the attackers.

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Quickjack - Hacking Facebook likes with Clickjacking

Demonstration of stealing Facebook likes with Quickjack!

Quickjack is an intuitive, point-and-click tool for performing advanced and covert clickjacking and frame slicing.

Quickjack allows you to easily perform clickjacking, or steal “clicks” from users on many websites, forcing the user to unknowingly click buttons or links (e.g., the Facebook Like button) using their own cookies. 89 more words