The field of cyber security has a couple of problems. First, the media insists on using headline-friendly terms like "ethical hacker" for roles that are done not by loners in hoodies, but professionals in corporate cubicles.

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A researcher has documented almost 2,500 sites that are actively running cryptocurrency mining code in the browsers of unsuspecting visitors, a finding that suggests the unethical and possibly illegal practice has only picked up steam since it came to light a few weeks ago.

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Who needs a horror movie when you have the 2017 ransomware news cycle? There has been a constant stream of increasingly destructive attacks hitting victims around the world.

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Wired There’s something new to add to your fun mental list of invisible internet dangers. Joining classic favorites like adware and spyware comes a new, tricky threat called “cryptojacking,” which secretly uses your laptop or mobile device to mine cryptocurrency when you visit an infected site.

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