Users of YouTube extract a cryptocurrency for Coinhive — it’s a result of a private investigation published in social networks by a user named Diego, who had illustrated this case with an effective step-by-step explanation. The hidden code Monero within an advertising clip was sharply blocked by the antivirus Avast. The administration of Google promptly commented on this message — neither the corporation itself nor video hosting services have any relation to the penetration of the pirate script. According to the company’s experts, they have previously been revealed a system of unauthorized access, after which all the loopholes in advertising content were closed.
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