The Register: How dodgy browser plugins, web scripts can silently rewrite that URL you were about to hit – and throw you into an internet wormhole

The Register: How dodgy browser plugins, web scripts can silently rewrite that URL you were about to hit – and throw you into an internet wormhole. “Clickjacking, which came to the attention of security types more than a decade ago, continues to thrive, despite defenses deployed since then by browser makers. Boffins from Microsoft and universities in China, South Korea and the US recently looked at the Alexa top 250K websites and identified three different clickjacking techniques currently being used to intercept clicks.”

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