The high profitability of mining cryptocurrencies mining, a computationally intensive activity, forms a fertile ecosystem that is enticing not only legitimate investors but also cyber attackers who invest their illicit computational resources in this area. Cryptojacking refers to the surreptitious exploitation of a victim’s computing resources to mine cryptocurrencies on behalf of the cybercriminal. This malicious behavior is observed in executable files and browser executable codes, including JavaScript and Assembly modules, downloaded from websites to victims’ machines and executed.

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[1] Atefeh Zareh Chahoki, "CryptojackingTrap", IEEE Dataport, 2023. [Online]. Available: Accessed: Jun. 14, 2024.
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1. Atefeh Zareh Chahoki. CryptojackingTrap [Internet]. IEEE Dataport; 2023. Available from :
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