Mozilla, a non-profit software organization, developed its own Firefox and add a new feature for crypto-money mining.
Mozilla Firefox, one of the largest browsers of the Internet, allows users to get rid of unwanted crypto-money mining. According to sources such as TheBlock Firefox users, in later times cryptojacking automatically block crypto-money mining software.
According to the news by BleepingComputer, Mozilla has been struggling to fix some bugs in the browser for a while and to block mining software that provides crypto-money theft.
It is not known when Mozilla will fully integrate this blocking feature into Firefox. However, when we look at the code for Firefox 66.0a1 (the next version of Firefox), we can see that some of the feature is already included in the browser.
Again by BleepingComputer, there is no indication that this feature will be available in Firefox 66 version. This feature is still not fully developed. Therefore, it is possible to see the corresponding feature in Firefox 67 version.
The software Cryptojacking, which infiltrates people's computers and enables crypto-money mining, has recently become quite popular. Thieves who make crypto-money mining by using the CPU resources of others can earn a lot of money thanks to this method.
While certain organizations such as Mozilla are trying to take a precaution against this software, we cannot say that the software is completely interrupted.
Mozilla Firefox Users can Prevent Unwanted Crypto Money Software article by Ömer SAKMAR and published on koinbulteni.com.