Find out why that link you think is safe isn't safe at all.
Flash Player 10 update addresses flaws enabling attackers to fool users into visiting malicious Web sites. It also helps prevent attacks on Webcams and microphones.
Jeremiah Grossman talks about the increasing threat of clickjacking with CNET's Robert Vamosi.
Using a process called "clickjacking," attackers may be able to get you to click on malicious content without you even knowing.
Clickjacking attack hid behind content warning and antispam mechanism before posting your prurient interests to all of your friends.
Along with the security fixes, Firefox 3.6.9 gets a new feature to help Web developers reduce clickjacking risks. Also: Chrome 6 gets bug fixes.
Security researcher also says Facebook should warn users that when they click on apps, they are giving those apps access to all their profile information.
Security researcher warns that clicking on the Web may not always take you where you want to go.
Prank being tested on Twitter is harmless, but clickjacking could be used for malicious purposes in the future, security expert says.
Microblogging site puts an end to a prank that had Twitter users inadvertently sending tweets that say "Don't Click" followed by a link.