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Revealed: The naughty tricks used by web ads to bypass blockers

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Would have been interesting to see a sample site — would like to test my ad. blocking policy against against the above Instart Logic protection.

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Just now, dcs18 said:

Would have been interesting to see a sample site — would like to test my ad. blocking policy against against the above Instart Logic protection.

Don't think it affects firefox that much as it does to Chrome because the quote mentions of uBO-Extra, which is exclusively for chromium based browsers.

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Yep, I think it would affect all Chromium based browsers.

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2 hours ago, dcs18 said:

Would have been interesting to see a sample site — would like to test my ad. blocking policy against against the above Instart Logic protection.

 

maybe this ? https://blockadblock.com/

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2 hours ago, Undertaker said:
2 hours ago, dcs18 said:

Would have been interesting to see a sample site — would like to test my ad. blocking policy against against the above Instart Logic protection.

Don't think it affects firefox that much as it does to Chrome because the quote mentions of uBO-Extra, which is exclusively for chromium based browsers.

If Instart Logic protection has been implemented on that site, my policy seems to be working great (without any additional adjustment/s.) ^_^

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5 minutes ago, dcs18 said:

If Instart Logic protection has been implemented on that site, my policy seems to be working great (without any additional adjustment/s.) ^_^

I have no problem either on acessing that site

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Adblockers are fine, but I have found sites that feed ads from multiple domain names, it's like the domain name changes every time a link on a page is clicked and it opens up a new window with the ad.  At first I was adding these domain names to uBlock, but since the names just kept changing I was constantly chasing them.  To stop these I found that it uses a range of IPs that are assigned to an ad company, so I just blocked that whole range in my firewall and haven't seen an ad since.  Ever since that time, anything that the adblockers don't catch goes into my firewall IP blocking. 

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Just now, straycat19 said:

Adblockers are fine, but I have found sites that feed ads from multiple domain names, it's like the domain name changes every time a link on a page is clicked and it opens up a new window with the ad.  At first I was adding these domain names to uBlock, but since the names just kept changing I was constantly chasing them.

Most normal Users fall into this trap because they are resigned (for obvious reasons) to use the conventional tame allow-all-block-selected policy. 8)

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1 hour ago, SPECTRUM said:

 

maybe this ? https://blockadblock.com/

 

That site doesn't serve up any ads.  Tried it in Chrome, Firefox, and IE11 without any adblockers and no popups or anything.  They just want to sell a script to stop adblockers from accessing sites.  Sites that block me because I am running an adblocker just don't get my business (i.e. money) so it is their loss, not mine.

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12 hours ago, dcs18 said:

Would have been interesting to see a sample site — would like to test my ad. blocking policy against against the above Instart Logic protection.

There are so many ad's anymore that I get confused.  Ha!  How are you dcs18?  GOOD I hope.

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All good, Bill — good to hear from you, as usual. F3h9xqz.gif

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On 8/11/2017 at 11:11 AM, 0bin said:

 

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Edited Friday at 10:27 PM by 0bin

 

WTH does this mean or how can it be processed?

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On 8/10/2017 at 10:42 PM, dcs18 said:

Would have been interesting to see a sample site

 

The answer is right in front of your eyes.

 

On 8/10/2017 at 9:47 PM, Batu69 said:

 

Scroll down the page & you'll see a list of sites using Instart Logic tech.

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On 8/11/2017 at 11:11 AM, 0bin said:

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I meant the cryptic 5-letter strings. What does this mean? How is it interpreted from gibberish?

 

 

 

 

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On 14/08/2017 at 2:35 PM, jabrwky said:

I meant the cryptic 5-letter strings. What does this mean? How is it interpreted from gibberish?

 

 

 

 

is no way to tell what it means

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16 minutes ago, jabrwky said:

I meant the cryptic 5-letter strings. What does this mean? How is it interpreted from gibberish?

 

 

 

 

 

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Even Android apps are starting to look for ad blocking apps in order to bypass them.  TeaTV is one that is now using this method.  Of course, it is easily disabled within the apk (with the knowledge and right tools).  ;)

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9 hours ago, Kafir said:
On 8/11/2017 at 8:12 AM, dcs18 said:

Would have been interesting to see a sample site — would like to test my ad. blocking policy against against the above Instart Logic protection.

 

The answer is right in front of your eyes.

 

On 8/11/2017 at 7:17 AM, Batu69 said:

 

Scroll down the page & you'll see a list of sites using Instart Logic tech.

Nope . . . . . . . . none of those sites were able to fool the security system on my Firefox (for whatever be the reason) — had checked them out before posting my initial response.

 

If anyone else has encountered a site where the Instart Logic technology is confirmed to be successfully implemented, would still be interested in a sample. yXZVmpE.gif

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The cock waving never stops for some people.

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The cock waving never stops for some people.



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For Firefox user's disable WebRTC

For Chromium user's add Ublock Origin Extra at uBlock Origin ( Or use a build without WebRTC and add Ublock Origin Extra at uBlock Origin )

 

 

And in uBlobk Origin add in:  My rules : * * inline-script block

For me working.

 

And you can ad too

* * 3p-frame block
* * 3p-script block
But on some web site : problem ; You are told that to enable JavaScript.
 
But it happens rarely;  and for me it works very good.
Sorry if not works for other's user's .:unsure:
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Even sites like Ghacks  are blocking easylist  and ublock filters now  ..I been getting into using Palemoon on Windows  with AB Prime +  Element Hiding Helper for Adblock Plus and uMatrix on sites that ban  my list i have in uBlock ..  I can see Ghacks with easylist + anti adblock scripts  in Firefox  but if i use uBlock filters i can't see the comments even .

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