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Protection against the Coinminer malware

What is CoinMiner malware?
 

Bitcoinminer is a file-based potentially unwanted application that may use a computer's resources to generate bitcoin blocks. During this activity, it consumes a lot of processing power and make the computer slower than usual.

JScoinminer is a web-based detection for a JavaScript cryptocurrency miner that runs in web browsers. The JavaScript coin miner consumes enormous CPU resources, making computer very slow. The JavaScript is loaded in the browser when you visit a webpage hosting the JavaScript. The JavaScript runs as long as you stay on the webpage. As long as the website being visited is injected with the coin mining JavaScript, the website will be blocked by this signature. The computer system is not actually "infected" when this detection triggers.

Am I protected against this malware?
 

Norton protects you against the Coinminer malware. Run LiveUpdate to make sure that your Norton definitions are up to date and run full system scan.

  • Close the browser tab in which the detected URL is open. You should avoid visiting the detected website.

  • The detected potential Coinminer malware program or file should be removed from your computer. You should avoid using the program.

STEP 1 : Run LiveUpdate

  1. Start Norton.

  2. In the main window, click Security, and then click LiveUpdate.

  3. When Norton LiveUpdate is finished, click OK.

  4. Run LiveUpdate until you see the message, "Your Norton product has the latest protection updates."

  5. Exit all the programs, and restart the computer.

STEP 2 : Run Full System Scan

  1. Start Norton.

  2. In the main window, click Security, and then click Scans.

  3. In the Scans window, select Full System Scan and click Go.

  4. When the scan is finished, click Finish.
     

How can I exclude this website or program?

Note: Exclusions reduce your level of protection and should be used only if you have a specific need.

If you want to access a website, file, or program blocked by Norton then do one of the following.