What to do if Coinhive crypto-mining script infects your website


  1. Thank you very much, Anand, for your honesty and integrity in sharing this scary and potentially embarrassing incident with your readers. As usual, you have taught me something new that enhances my safe-and-secure use of my computers and the Internet.

    Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, et al, could learn much from your example.

    Thanks again.

    — JMJ

  2. something else to consider – if you use ad tracking scripts on your website, they may wind up loading the malicious javascript file

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