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clickjacking

n
the practice of using a disguised hyperlink to direct an internet user to a website he or she does not wish to visit
[from click (sense 5) + hijack]
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Some of their social media fraud methods include click-jacking, concealing hyperlinks beneath legitimate clickable content, doxing, publicly releasing a person's identifying information online without authorization, and pharming -- redirecting users from legitimate websites to fraudulent ones for the purpose of extracting confidential data.
Some examples of malware particularly successful in social media are phishing, and click-jacking.
Click-jacking : Attackers lure you into clicking on a link, perhaps posting it on your wall and then spamming your friends to "check it out," or "view my photos.