AttackFlow Findings Dictionary

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Clickjacking

By leveraging the trust the user placed in a browser an attacker can execute authentic requests on behalf of the users without users knowing

Severity

Low

Fix Cost

Low

Trust Level

Medium

Being able to render a web site in a browser inside a frame, iframe or object HTML elements may cause weaknesses Clickjacking being one of the most popular vulnerability that it leads to. In Clickjacking an attacker uses web standard tricks such as CSS opacity mechanism in order to present two layers of content to a browser user (victim). The first or front layer of content is transparent so that the victim sees the second or latter layer of the content and believes that the interaction takes place between his keyboard/mouse and the this second layer of content, whereas, the clicks and typings goes to the first layer of content.

This trick makes vulnerabilities such as Cross Site Request Forgery possible even with good prevention techniques.

There is an HTTP header, called X-Frame-Options, to prevent a browser render a page in a frame, iframe or object HTML elements. Missing this HTTP header may cause web sites vulnerable to Clickjacking attacks.

Being able to render a web site in a browser inside a frame, iframe or object HTML elements may cause weaknesses Clickjacking being one of the most popular vulnerability that it leads to. In Clickjacking an attacker uses web standard tricks such as CSS opacity mechanism in order to present two layers of content to a browser user (victim). The first or front layer of content is transparent so that the victim sees the second or latter layer of the content and believes that the interaction takes place between his keyboard/mouse and the this second layer of content, whereas, the clicks and typings goes to the first layer of content.

This trick makes vulnerabilities such as Cross Site Request Forgery possible even with good prevention techniques.

There is an HTTP header, called X-Frame-Options, to prevent a browser render a page in a frame, iframe or object HTML elements. Missing this HTTP header may cause web sites vulnerable to Clickjacking attacks.

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