Stopping clickjacking isn’t easy. Currently there is no fix which stops a clickjacking attack. Webmasters though, can stop their website from being loaded in an iFrame* by using some simple code. The code will allow a visitor to be redirected to a website without the iFrame.
The major problem for users is the way browsers handle HTML and CSS (including the z-index property of the CSS style sheet) and specifically iFrame’s. You could use a text based browser – Lynx and/or if you use Firefox use the Firefox ‘NoScript’ extension which blocks embedded content from untrusted domains. Technical users will find setting up these features very easy indeed – non-techies though may struggle with this.
*is an HTML element which makes it possible to embed a HTML document inside another HTML document.
Safe surfing folks!