Japanese Police Investigate Cryptojacking Case Involving Coinhive Monero Mining Software

Japanese police are investigating a case of cryptojacking that involves Monero-mining software Coinhive, sources familiar with the matter told local news outlet Mainichi June 12. Investigators suspect that the alleged culprits are in violation of the law …
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