September 22, 2016 04:57PM
If you read the OWASP page it will also mention about header stripping etc and proxies that will remove the X-Frames headers there is no real way to stop proxies framing your site but the X-Frame-Options combined with that JavaScript is a good way to start it will stop the majority.

Also break their proxies is what I like to do.

For example I combine it with not allowing people to browse with JavaScript disabled. (this is good for adverts too since ads use JavaScript so why would you let people browse with JavaScript disabled ?)

<head>
<noscript><meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; URL=//www.networkflare.com/error.html"/></noscript>
</head>

There are some proxies that will still get through for example this one shows persistence but block their IP's and problem solved https://www.hidemyass.com/proxy

http://www.networkflare.com/
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(Semi-OT) Clickjacking countermeasure

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