Windows 10: Protecting yourself from In-Browser Miners Solved

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    Cliff S said: View Post
    Thanks Cliff. Hosts updated
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    AndreTen said: View Post
    Thanks Cliff. Hosts updated
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    Good morning Cliff appreciate the heads-up. Appreciate all your time you're putting into this.
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    Wiley Coyote said: View Post
    Good morning Cliff appreciate the heads-up. Appreciate all your time you're putting into this.
    You're welcome
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       2 Days Ago #77

    Check out MinerOff (for 64bit only)

    Heilig Defense MinerOff
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