Clickjacking detected on Google Chrome, Firefox browser; patch coming soon!

Security researchers have discovered a flaw affecting Google's Chrome browser which exposes it to clickjacking, where an attacker hijacks a browser's functions by substituting a legitimate link with one of the attacker's choice. Google has acknowledged the flaw and is working towards a patch for Chrome versions 1.0.154.43 and earlier when running within Windows XP SP2 […]

Security researchers have discovered a flaw affecting Google's Chrome browser which exposes it to clickjacking, where an attacker hijacks a browser's functions by substituting a legitimate link with one of the attacker's choice. Google has acknowledged the flaw and is working towards a patch for Chrome versions 1.0.154.43 and earlier when running within Windows XP SP2 systems.

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