I first read about this last year in the ZD Net Zero Day blog. At that time, there wasn't much data to go on. But the article provided a good definition of clickjacking:
Well, that sounds scary enough. All kinds of funky things can happen when you visit a malicious site, or a site infected with malware. I'm glad that I use McAfee SiteAdvisor to help me avoid malicious web sites. It's not bullet-proof, but I'll take all the protection I can get.
Recently, I saw this "Does Your Browser Prevent Clickjacking?" article at the Internet News site:
"One of the features in the IE 8 Release Candidate 1 includes technology that is supposed to help prevent Clickjacking. The claim has one of the principal discovers of Clickjacking raising some questions over the problem and how to prevent it with browsers. Although Clickjacking attacks have not yet been widely reported..."
How the anti-clickjacking feature in IE8 is supposed to work:
I really don't want to know how it works. I just want an effective fix. Geez. Seems like every week there's a new "feature" on the Internet.