The two most common ways to prevent cross frame scripting are to ensure the X-Frame Options are instructed not to allow any framing from any domain other than the original. The second is to ensure that the current frame consistently keeps the top level by using a defensive code.
Common methods used include sites that have extra links instructing the user to click a link for a free gift or service. Unfortunately, the page will load an iframe and if they try to delete messages, for example noticing something is not quite right, this is the link that contains the malicious site where you while assume you have got rid of the problem. The Adobe Flash settings are a good example of where you may get a pop up asking you to update or make changes to your settings. This could allow the attacker to get permission to use your flash animation which is capable of using your microphone and camera. Even social networking sites have suffered at the hands of cross frame scripting by causing users to repost a malicious location. This can escalate the problem for numerous users which is why it is so important to have security in place.
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