Miners are becoming an epidemic and in-browsing mining is only going to get worse.
Therefore, it is important that all users protect themselves by installing antivirus software
that detects when a browser connects to known mining services such as CoinHive.
Unfortunately, new services keep popping up and it has become a game of whack-a-mole
for the security industry.
Therefore, your installed software may not detect the URL or scripts associated with a new in-browser miner.
To add further protection, you can use an adblocker with Chrome, which will block in-browser mining scripts.
For those looking for a more granular approach, you can use the CoinBlockerLists site to download lists of
IP addresses and domains affiliated with in-browser mining.
Found a nice tutorial on how to use add to host file for others than might not of ever done it before like myself
Actually pretty easy seeing my browser Palemoon nominer add-on for Firefox is not compatible