Firefox 69 will have cryptomining protection turned on by default, protecting Firefox users from third party mining attacks in the first instance.
Having infiltrated over 500,000 machines globally, the Smominru cryptojacking malware has now been updated to steal user data from its victims.
Trend Micro warns that Android devices are being targeted by a sneaky new malware that will use their phones for mining.
Hackers have cloned the Cryptohopper website to fool users into giving up their password and stealing their crypto.
A new script has reportedly infected as many as 50,000 servers worldwide, mining an obscure privacy-focused token without its hosts’ knowledge.
Mozilla has included an option under “Privacy & Security” tab allowing users to automatically block “cryptominers” from running in their browser.
Hackers have found a way to use popular documentation app Confluence to install their cryptojacking software.