Hackers Using New Tricks: Don't Fall For Clickjacking
Those pop-up windows look like Adobe Flash Player technology. Once users download the fake software, schemers take control of the user's profile "I rarely seen a website that requires you to update flash player to view it, but it does happen," Couch said.
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