The flagship Showtime.com and its immediate-access ShowtimeAnytime.com sibling quietly pulled in code that made browsers to blow spare processor time adding new Monero coins a privacy-focused option to the ever-popular Bitcoin. The protected software typically occupied as much as 60 percent of CPU space on computers visiting the sites.
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