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Japanese police are investigating three suspects allegedly using Coinhive, a Monero-mining software script, in a cryptojacking case that could lead to criminal prosecution. A number of police departments in the prefectures of Kanagawa, Chiba and Tochigi in central Japan are carrying out a joint-investigation into three suspects who allegedly set up websites in 2017 to

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