Clickjacking -- Trick to Click

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Previously known as UI Redress, clickjacking is a method to trick users into clicking on something without knowing what they clicked. Clickjacking allows for malicious content to be transparently overlaid on top of a legitimate application. If not properly handled by browsers it can lead to information theft. In this brief 10 minute webcast, learn about the dangers of clickjacking and countermeasures that can be taken to prevent becoming a victim.

Featured speaker:

Sam Masiello, VP of Information Security, MX Logic

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MX Logic (www.mxlogic.com) stands as the largest independent provider of managed e-mail and web security services in the world, helping protect more than 35,000 businesses worldwide.  A pioneer of messaging security since 2002, MX Logic today offers a complete range of managed security services, including e-mail and web security, message archiving and storage, messaging continuity and disaster recovery services.

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