Millions of Android phones were redirected to cryptocurrency mining site

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Cryptojacking code maxed out Android device processors to mine Monero

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As the cryptocurrency market is rapidly growing, various malicious programs are making rounds, illegally exploiting devices for mining purposes. A new mining campaign is now targeting mobile users and it reportedly exploited millions of Android devices already. According to Malwarebytes, this campaign redirects smartphones to websites that use their processing powers to mine the Monero

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