Clickjacking, sometimes called "UI redressing", is a way of stealing a well placed click from a victim. The goal of the attack is to trick a user to perform an action without the consent of a user, which benefits the attacker. Clickjacking is usually combined with social engineering and security flaws.
OWASP is an organization committed to a safer world. This organization periodically publishes a list of the 10 most common vulnerabilities in websites, the OWASP top 10. This list gives you an idea of what CyberAnt pays attention to when we test your website.
MacOS creates a hidden file called .DS_Store in some cases. In this article, we explain what the risks are when this file accidentally ends up in the wrong place and how this can be prevented.