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Real Mad-quid: Murky cryptojacking menace that smacked Ronaldo site grows

MiguelC Silver badge

Running No script is fine, but...

Problem is those attacks can come for legit sites that got hit by dodgy ads. You might think you're allowing the site you're visiting to present content properly but at the same time letting the malware in.

You can block other domains but, again, many sites use third-party JS code and need them for core functionality.

The web's a tough world...

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