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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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<p>Clickjack Prevention<p>New in the IE8 release candidate, Clickjack Prevention allows Web content owners to put a tag in the page header that will block clickjacking, a type of cross-site scripting that uses embedded code to tricks users into clicking on a link that appears to perform another function.
"All that code that developers wrote to prevent applications from being automated and clickjacked by illicit parties now doesn't work.