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5 September, 19:53

Scenario: 1. Victim opens the attacker's web site. 2. Attacker sets up a web site which contains interesting and attractive content like 'Do you want to make $1000 in a day?'. 3. Victim clicks to the interesting and attractive content url. 4. Attacker creates a transparent 'iframe' in front of the url which victim attempt to click, so victim thinks that he/she clicks to the 'Do you want to make $1000 in a day?' url but actually he/she clicks to the content or url that exists in the transparent 'iframe' which is setup by the attacker. What is the name of the attack which is mentioned in the scenario?

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  1. 5 September, 21:37
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    These sort of attacks are known are Injected IFrame Attacks. The Injected IFrame Attacks are a common Cross Site Scripting or XCC attack that contains multiple or single iFrame tags implemented within a page which is not visible to user. User unintentionally enters his information which is posted to hacker's server and information's gets hacked.
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