One of these is clickjacking, where fraudsters attempt to get your unsuspecting child to click on something tempting, which results in downloading malware or tricking them into sharing private information.
Examples of clickjacking are a funny video with a clever caption such as “OMG! You won’t believe what this girl did!”, or a fake app that can show your children who has looked at their page.
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