NoScript for Firefox blocks "clickjacking" exploit

A popular free security tool for the Firefox browser has been upgraded to block one of the most dangerous and troubling security problems facing the Web called “clickjacking”. NoScript is a small application that integrates into Firefox. It blocks scripts in programming languages such as JavaScript and Java from executing on untrusted Web pages. The […]

A popular free security tool for the Firefox browser has been upgraded to block one of the most dangerous and troubling security problems facing the Web called “clickjacking”. NoScript is a small application that integrates into Firefox. It blocks scripts in programming languages such as JavaScript and Java from executing on untrusted Web pages. The scripts could be used to launch an attack on a PC.

The latest release of NoScript, version 1.8.2.1, will stop so-called “clickjacking,” where a person browsing the Web clicks on a malicious, invisible link without realizing it, said Giorgio Maone, an Italian security researcher who wrote and maintains the program.

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