There are all kinds of scams and dangers you might encounter simply checking emails or visiting websites, but one of the more difficult to avoid is clickjacking.
It can take several different kinds of forms. If you receive an email purporting to be from your bank or the IRS and it asks you to click on a link that takes you somewhere other than an official website, you may be in danger of clickjacking.
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