back to article Remember cryptojacking from way, way back (2019)? Site infections are down 99% – thanks to death of Coinhive

Cryptojacking, the theft of computing power to mine digital currency, has been around at least since 2013 – and has shrunk in use dramatically with the death of Monero-mining service Coinhive. Since Coinhive's closure last year, cryptojacking has been almost eliminated, according to a group of researchers from the University …

  1. VibhorTyagi

    Engineer AI for cryptojacking

    In the realm of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, folks have managed to engineer AI machines that combats uncombatable malware like coinhive. A persistent malicious spyware since the epoch of crypto and blockchain technology, now sees global eradication.

    ~Vibhor Tyagi (Techie at Engineer.AI)

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