No Commitment

Earlier this month, Informational Sites Collective started a blog named ClickJacking.org. At first, I thought that this was going to develop into a good site where people could go to learn more about the latest clickjacking attempts. Turns out, though, that they were just trying to grab a bit of attention from the likejack craze that swept through Facebook.

They haven’t posted a single blog entry since their very first on June 1.

As I search the internet for more information about internet security, I find the lack of information somewhat surprising. There are all kinds of sites like ClickJacking.org. They start off with promise, but they fizzle out quickly. This one is particularly sad. I hope they didn’t spend much on the domain name.

I want my website to become a place where people can learn everything that they need to know about clickjacking. That includes how hackers use the technique, what you can do to prevent it, and how much damage it can really harm.

I suspect  that one of the reasons there are so few hits on Google that provide good information about clickjacking is that internet pages get ranked and noticed by aiming at a popular audience. The site that throws out a few keywords and keeps the technical jargon to a minimum will, therefore, often beat the serious site that provides reliable info.

I’d like this site to become a combination of those things: a place where laymen can find good information about clickjacking that is easy for them to understand.

Please always feel free to post your questions in the comments section of this blog. Or send me an email if you’d rather not go public.

As always, thanks for reading!

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