YouTube and Google Ads Contain Mining Malware

Trend Micro, a well-respected security firm released a new post last Friday discussing internet users greatest fear… Malware in ads. Their report explains how a website was getting peoples computers to mine Monero without their consent.
Advertising has definitely taken a unique, and somewhat unpleasant turn over the recent few years as more and more companies slam ads all over the place without leaving much space to provide their users with any value… Google is easily the largest advertising platform on the web serving close to (probably more) 30 billion ads per day between millions of different websites as well as TouTube.
Consider protecting yourself with an adblocker, or tracking blocker such as Ublock Origin (
View the full report from Trend Micro here:

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