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I have downloaded the "Clickjackingtool" and done the followings steps.

Step 1:- I have opened the clickjackingtool and paste the URL and click GO button(Image 1).

Step 2:- I have opened the clickjackingtool and paste the URL and set the width and height and click GO button(Image 2).

I have opened the clickjackingtool and paste the URL and click GO button

I have opened the clickjackingtool and paste the URL and set the width and height and click GO button

When i set the frame size(Width and height{2nd image}),My application is size is minimized.

how can i believe my application is strong or not?

Please help me i am new this type testing.

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marked as duplicate by Lucas Kauffman, Adi, NULLZ, TildalWave, Gilles Jul 3 '13 at 12:49

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Your application was framed into the other application, if you allow framing of your application (unless from certain domains only) you are vulnerable to clickjacking.

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Shouldn't it be enough to block all writing actions while in a frame? – CodesInChaos Jul 3 '13 at 7:00
    
That's also a possibility, I always recommend not allowing it as often there is not really a reason to allow other sites to frame it. If you do need that you could just block writing actions. I wasn't even aware that was possible. – Lucas Kauffman Jul 3 '13 at 7:10

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