So there has been a lot of talk recently about this new cross-browser vulnerability known as “Clickjacking”, but what is the potential impact of such a vulnerability to users abroad?

Well essentially the exploit allows a hacker to take control of the links that your browser visits and thus if you come in contact with a malicious site or site that is tainted with malicious code (either through spam, some site tainted by a SQL injection, etc), it then gives the hackers the ability to ‘capture’ your clicks and thus trick you into clicking on links you may have not intended on clicking. At this time technical details are a little sketchy in terms of information regarding specific exploit code, but some information is available here and here. 

One could only guess what could happen next once you are forced to click on a link such as installation of a Banker Trojan or other malware is certaintly a possibility