What is Click Jacking? - Reducing Your Risks, continued
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Step three is the easiest one yet, but Iím still sure youíre not going to like it. Designate a separate web browser for your online banking; that way, even if your normal browser is compromised, your financial information will be safe and sound.
More on the topic of good practices, if you want to avoid being clicked jacked, do not leave yourself signed in to websites. This goes double for places such as your bank site, PayPal, Amazon, or anywhere else that might have your credit card information or other sensitive personal data.
Yes, I realize that itís annoying to have to sign in and re-sign in every time you want to access your information. The hassle of having your identity stolen, however, is much greater.
In the end only time will give us the real solution to click jacking. This is true of every Internet security problem on the planet, but by taking some solid steps to mitigate your personal risks, you can make the least your personal online world a safer place to be.
Good luck, and safe browsing!
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