Monero has launched a new educational website that hopes to prevent incidents of crypto-jacking and malware from growing further.

Examples of cryptocurrency mining malware have exploded over the past year or so, with it revealed in May that the ‘Xbooster’ malware had accrued its owner more than $100,000 worth of Monero – a crypto that is harder to track.
Justin Ehrenhofer, director of the malware response workgroup, told CCN: “Attackers like Monero for two reasons: 1) it is private, so they do not need to worry about companies and law enforcement tracing

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