Cryptojacking How To

Cryptojacking tutorial

This tutorial is a cryptojacking how-to detailing exactly what you need to setup an opt-in WordPress Coinhive miner for the Monero cryptocurrency. The 4 basic steps are: If you’re using a WordPress site, there are WordPress plugins that should make …

Cryptojacking Scripts

Cryptojacking scripts

Cryptojacking scripts allow you to quickly install a miner on your website. Coinhive’s set of AuthedMine scripts is the only solution I can recommend. The reason is the miner will never start without getting explicit consent from the page visitor.  …

Cryptojacking Blocker Vault

Cryptojacking: How to protect yourself?

The simplest way to protect yourself from cryptojacking is to install a cryptojacking blocker.  Installing a cryptojacking blocker means adding a browser extension that blocks a list of domains associated with cryptojacking code. NoCoin is currently the most widely installed …

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 cryptojacking means someone is secretly using your computer to do cryptomining for the Monero cryptocurrency. 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 …

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 …

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Expected values in software testing

Expected  values are valuable in statistics and in software testing. However, they generally mean different things. How do they differ, and how can one be applied to the other? Expected value is also referred to as EV or Expectation. It’s …