Definitions

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  • verb Internet To steal confidential information from a user as he browses a website

Etymologies

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From click + hijack

Examples

  • With this approach, we have a new feature called clickjack prevention where I can actually tag my Web page to say I should never be embedded in another Web page.

    Application Development Trends - News

  • With this approach, we have a new feature called clickjack prevention where I can actually tag my Web page to say I should never be embedded in another Web page.

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  • With this approach, we have a new feature called clickjack prevention where I can actually tag my Web page to say I should never be embedded in another Web page.

    Application Development Trends - News

  • With this approach, we have a new feature called clickjack prevention where I can actually tag my Web page to say I should never be embedded in another Web page.

    Application Development Trends - News

  • With this approach, we have a new feature called clickjack prevention where I can actually tag my Web page to say I should never be embedded in another Web page.

    Application Development Trends - News

  • With this approach, we have a new feature called clickjack prevention where I can actually tag my Web page to say I should never be embedded in another Web page.

    Application Development Trends - News

  • With this approach, we have a new feature called clickjack prevention where I can actually tag my Web page to say I should never be embedded in another Web page.

    Application Development Trends - News

  • - A revised security architecture in the new version of Flash may drastically reduce malicious users 'ability to "clickjack" their way into remote code execution.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • - A revised security architecture in the new version of Flash may drastically reduce malicious users 'ability to "clickjack" their way into remote code execution.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • - A revised security architecture in the new version of Flash may drastically reduce malicious users 'ability to "clickjack" their way into remote code execution.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

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  • How is information stolen? Since "he" is mentioned, I'm guessing female users aren't as clickjackable.

    July 12, 2016

  • You must be thinking of clickjill.

    *taps head*

    July 12, 2016