Opera 50 to introduce anti-cryptojacking features with Opera 50

Nicholas Fearn
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Opera's anti-cryptojacking feature will be added to its ad-blocking technology

The next version of the Chromium-based web browser Opera - Opera 50 - will feature an anti-cryptojacking security feature to prevent websites from exploiting visitors' PCs as crypto-currency mining...

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