A new strain of cryptomining scripts that work through browsers continue their activity through a pop-under window even after a user shuts their browser, researchers have found.
Visiting a Web page that quietly uses the visitor's computing power to mine digital currencies through a script on the page in question will result in a sudden degradation of the PC's performance, a senior infosec official says.
Promising “premium performance” for its “best gaming processor ever”, featuring a “boost in frame rate rate ‘of up to’ 25% gen over gen”, Intel is pulling out all the stops to outshine the land of AMD’s Ryzen sun.
I wonder what the ROI on all this fluff is...
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As if Ajit Pai would care. It'll be up to Trump or Bolton to make a decision about that.
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