Clickjacking Test

It refers to the use of a user's click for malicious purposes. In it, an attacker embeds the vulnerable site in a transparent iframe.

Domain Name is required.
If the page is vulnerable, it will appear in the window below otherwise shows a "refused to connect" error. Take a screenshot for your PoC.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Clickjacking is a malicious technique that involves tricking a user into clicking on something other than what the user perceives, potentially revealing confidential information or allowing others to take control of their computer while they are clicking on seemingly innocuous objects, such as web pages.

A clickjacking attempt, also known as a "UI redress attack," occurs when an attacker employs numerous invisible or transparent layers to fool a user into clicking on a button or link on another website when they intended to click on the top level page.

A phishing scam differs from a clickjacking fraud in that it includes direct communication with the victim. Typically, an attacker would send a bogus email that seems like it came from a reputable firm, tricking consumers into responding with personal information.

This dangerous approach has the ability to reveal sensitive information or, in rare cases, take control of the user's machine. On Facebook, for example, a clickjack might result in an unauthorized user spamming your whole network of friends from your account.
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