Oh, hey, can I scare you by telling you about a browser vulnerability you can’t do much about?
It’s been dubbed “clickjacking”, presumably because that term sounds catchy. In short, someone makes you click on something you didn’t expect. An example might be trying to click a button, but the clickjacker has created an invisible area on top of the button which is clicked instead.
Then, so reports say, the hacker might be able and willing to hijack your microphone and webcam.
And, despite the post’s title, the employees of LEP are not interested in making you a target for this attack. Considering the demographic, we’re just not that eager to sneak a peak off your webcam.