Browser-Based Cryptocurrency Miner
#31
(2017-09-27, 8:47:46 pm)noballz Wrote: My adblocks on firefox, and avast didn't notify it.
So i have to use it.

adguard is commercial product right?

A bit necro, but Adguard is available on the Chrome/Safari Extensions store.

It’s all free except for their “premium VPN.” I doubt how much better it is compared to their own extension though.
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#32
(2017-09-26, 2:41:41 pm)doghouch Wrote: @noballz While you could use that extension, Adguard blocks crypto currency miners on top of regular ads and YouTube ads.

I am using uBlock Origin now. It can block coinhive miner as well make me feel safe when I browse website.

If there is some website that use your cpu 100% for mining mean owner of that website is very greedy  Cool Cool Cool .
#33
(2017-12-08, 1:29:37 am)Chomtana Wrote: If there is some website that use your cpu 100% for mining mean owner of that website is very greedy  Cool Cool Cool .

Not necessarily. As a researcher pointed out in an article I linked earlier on this thread, 80% of the ~2500 online stores found to be running cyptominers also has payment skimming malware, indicating this is the work of hackers rather than that of website owners.

Here's another article where Sucuri researchers found many websites with the cryptominer script (masqueraded as jQuery or Google Analytics script) also has another malware called "cloudflare.solutions".




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