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Even if browsers disallow overlaying elements (over iframes) and figured out how to deal (when deny) with opacity. There are still clickjacking techniques which can workaround these rules, for example,...
There are couple approaches here, first and the most dilettantish way is to modify the page where the information is shown: Page DefaultWsdlHelperGenerator.aspx located in %SYSTEMROOT%\microsoft.net\...
The most popular attacks are XSS and clickjacking as far as I know.