Clickjacking is an interface-based attack that tricks website users into unwittingly clicking on malicious links. In clickjacking, the attackers embed their malicious links into buttons or legitimate pages in a website. In an infected Site, whenever a user clicks on a legitimate link, the attacker gets the confidential information of that user, which ultimately compromises the user's privacy on the Internet.
Clickjacking can be prevented by implementing a Content Security Policy (frame-ancestors) and implementing Set-Cookie attributes.
- Web security: clickjacking protection
- Clickjacking on Wikipedia
- Clickjacking on OWASP