Cryptojacking JavaScript

Cryptojacking with JavaScript

A cryptojacking JavaScript web page uses your computer to mine for cryptocurrencies. More importantly… You don’t need to be tricked into installing cryptojacking JavaScript, because it doesn’t need to be installed. Simply stated: You don’t need to download anything more …

Cryptojacking Monero

What is Monero cryptojacking?

Monero is a privacy-focused cryptocurrency started in 2014. It is one of the few cryptocurrencies that supports in-browser mining.  If you’re interested in learning more about cryptojacking in general, learn more here: What is cryptojacking? Unlike Bitcoin, Monero is derived from …

What is Cryptojacking?

What is cryptojacking?

Cryptojacking is defined as the secret use of your computing device to mine cryptocurrency. Cryptojacking used to be confined to the victim unknowingly installing a program that secretly mines cryptocurrency. Here’s the bad news… In-browser cryptojacking doesn’t need a program …

Digital Book

How to scan a book in 3 steps

Today, I’m  going to show you how to scan your very own eBook in 3 steps. You will need 6 basic materials to capture the book content: camera, camera tripod, glass, shoebox, light and the book. Read my detailed article …

hanging-files

Tickler file system alternative

A tickler file system is an old but innovative way to schedule a physical reminder on a specific date. However, checking it everyday, ensuring it’s up-to-date, and rotating the reminders to each new month seems like an added hassle (especially …

The Eleventh Hour

Finding time to become a better programmer

Ask HB is a new column that features actual tech questions submitted from programmers just like you. Learning a new technology while juggling work and life is difficult. Hacker Bits subscriber, John, agrees. John used to be a mainframe programmer. …