League of Legends Philippines Removes ‘Cryptojacking’ Code From Its Client

League of Legends Philippines Removes ‘Cryptojacking’ Code From Its ClientLeague of Legends Philippines Removes ‘Cryptojacking’ Code From Its Client

Security engineers of the Philippine community of major multiplayer video game League of Legends (LoL) have removed Coinhive crypto mining code from its Garena client June 11, according to an official statement from the group’s Facebook (NASDAQ:).

On July 9, Monero (XMR) mining malware Coinhive was first detected on the LoL client by a player who posted about the issue on the League of Legends subreddit.

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