According to earlier news, a lot of top global websites secretly do CPU mining. This is a theft of user computer resources and Google said Chrome will block it.

Chrome Will Block CPU Mining

Google engineers said they will launch a new browser update, which will completely eliminate entrance points on the browser. Without the user permission, no one will be able to consume equipment resources.  

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In addition, Google engineers also revealed some of the ways to eliminate the stealing CPU mining behavior. If your CPU occupancy rate suddenly increases to a high proportion at a certain time, the page will be forced into a new mode, and the browser will have a window prompt, and let you manually close the page.  The exceptionally high CPU occupancy rate can be a sign of some illegal behavior.

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It is understood that in the 10,000 pages of Alexa, 2.2% are using implied mining procedures, that is, 220 sites, accounting for about 500 million computers. These mining codes point to CoinHive, JSEcoin accumulating a total of $ 43,000 in revenue. Previously, Pirate Bay admitted that it was mining in the test page. The purpose was to consider to replace the advertising revenue.



  1. […] About two-thirds of Chrome users have software on their machine that hooks into Chrome’s processes, according to developer team data. The browsers that do this will crash 15 percent more often than those that remain unmolested by other applications. In addition to virus scanners, it is often also accessibility for users who resort to such a way. Also Read: Chrome Will Now Protect You From CPU Mining […]

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