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Whats is your anti ad solution?
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Whats is your anti ad solution?

I don’t care banner ad but please no 100 pop up with trap! I am using uBlock Origin and Anti-Adblock Killer Continue. But some of them not working to the Unspeakable video site.

Looking for cheap vps to monitor the uptime of idle vps.

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  • MasonRMasonR Moderator

    uBlock mainly. Thinking about setting up pi-hole on a box and using that instead though. I know many people around here use it.

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  • ublock origin

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  • Shot2Shot2 Member

    DNS RPZ

    Happy customer of IonSwitch, Online.net, Porkbun… disgruntled with HostHatch, OVH, Namesilo...

    Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6".

  • pikepike Member

    uBlock origin and privacy badger (which blocks social share buttons for example).

  • elliotcelliotc Member

    What about mobile solutions? ublock also?

    Looking for cheap vps to monitor the uptime of idle vps.

  • YmpkerYmpker Member

    DNSGuard/Epicbrowser

  • None. Im a marketer, so it would be suicide. Studying material.

  • elliotcelliotc Member

    @Crandolph said: None. Im a marketer, so it would be suicide. Studying material.

    I planed to run a porn site months ago with unlimited pop up ad. But I am using ublock. Is that the reason I fail?

    Looking for cheap vps to monitor the uptime of idle vps.

  • pfsense + pfblockerng with 9.9.9.9 as upstream resolver

    you could also run DNSMASQ on a vps local to your city with a good blocklist and prob achieve same results.

  • @elliotc said:

    @Crandolph said: None. Im a marketer, so it would be suicide. Studying material.

    I planed to run a porn site months ago with unlimited pop up ad. But I am using ublock. Is that the reason I fail?

    Yes.

    All ads have the same fundamental persuasive structure and you should always be researching.

    Although this is a shitty unfunny joke.

  • elliotcelliotc Member

    @Crandolph said:

    @elliotc said:

    @Crandolph said: None. Im a marketer, so it would be suicide. Studying material.

    I planed to run a porn site months ago with unlimited pop up ad. But I am using ublock. Is that the reason I fail?

    Yes.

    All ads have the same fundamental persuasive structure and you should always be researching.

    Although this is a shitty unfunny joke.

    I really planned to do that... And fuck up because the asia traffic is expensive. The paradox is that I want people to watch my ads but I try to block ads. Shame.

    Looking for cheap vps to monitor the uptime of idle vps.

  • causecause Member

    ublock for browsers and adblocking dns for mobile apps https://app.usb0.net/blockdns.txt

  • @elliotc said:

    @Crandolph said:

    @elliotc said:

    @Crandolph said: None. Im a marketer, so it would be suicide. Studying material.

    I planed to run a porn site months ago with unlimited pop up ad. But I am using ublock. Is that the reason I fail?

    Yes.

    All ads have the same fundamental persuasive structure and you should always be researching.

    Although this is a shitty unfunny joke.

    I really planned to do that... And fuck up because the asia traffic is expensive. The paradox is that I want people to watch my ads but I try to block ads. Shame.

    Well yes personally I think it's unethical to block ads. If you feel a site is intrusive don't use it, but 99% of ad based sites are free and depend on advertising as their only source of revenue.

    If I find value from the site I'll either use it or not. Ads included.

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  • JahAGRJahAGR Member
    edited March 11

    ublock origin with a few extra lists

    and running some of the domain lists used by pihole but with powerdns

    on mobile (android) it's ublock origin in firefox but i need to find a new browser...

    also running some other extensions like privacy badger etc, but their purpose isn't exactly ad blocking

  • solairesolaire Member

    Both my primary and secondary DNS servers run Pi-hole.

  • Shot2Shot2 Member

    @solaire said: Both my primary and secondary DNS servers run Pi-hole.

    It blocks everything except urethral porn?

    Happy customer of IonSwitch, Online.net, Porkbun… disgruntled with HostHatch, OVH, Namesilo...

    Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6".

  • any solution for twitch ads?

    I ❤ Laravel

  • AidanAidan Member

    Most sites I frequent are whitelisted, any pop-ups/unders, autoplay video or flashing banners gets uBlock enabled.

    A custom hosts file & uBlock Origin with:

    Disable pre-fetching (to prevent any connection for blocked network requests) Disable hyperlink auditing Parse and enforce cosmetic filters My filters​​​​ uBlock filters uBlock filters – Badware risks​​​​​ uBlock filters – Privacy uBlock filters – Resource abuse​​​​​ uBlock filters – Unbreak​​​​​ Adblock Warning Removal List EasyList EasyPrivacy​​​​​ Malware Domain List​​​​​ Malware domains Peter Lowe’s Ad and tracking server list​​​​​

    PremiumN said: any solution for twitch ads?

    uBlock should be enough.

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  • uBlock and pi-hole

    Signatures are to identify who I am. I'm me. Who the hell are you?

  • elliotc said: But some of them not working to the Unspeakable video site.

    I use uBlock Origin of course, but just discovered that there's a couple of blockers for YT specifically. I just installed AdBlocker for Youtube, so we'll see how that goes. So far it seems to clean things up quite a bit.

  • Crandolph said: Well yes personally I think it's unethical to block ads. If you feel a site is intrusive don't use it, but 99% of ad based sites are free and depend on advertising as their only source of revenue.

    You and I have different ethics. :) Personally I think the only responsible thing is to block ads whenever possible.

    That said, when I like what they have on a site that I visit regularly, I make a point of disabling my ad blocker because I feel I have a relationship with those sites. Random sites just take up more load time with the ads, and basically just irritate me. There is no marketing win for them.

  • defaultdefault Member
    edited March 12

    uBlock at public wireless, and KidProtect at home.

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  • Traditional ads will be a thing of the past when we finally invent a more effective method of brainwashing.

  • umatrix with default deny on everything 3rd party and first party javascript (individually whitelisted as necessary)

    I hate spinning cpu fans.

  • @MasonR said: uBlock mainly. Thinking about setting up pi-hole on a box and using that instead though. I know many people around here use it.

    Pi-hole + OpenVPN = no ads on all your devices

  • GravelyGravely Member

    Unlock origin for PC's then pihole for rest

  • untorehuntoreh Member
    edited March 12

    @Janevski said: Traditional ads will be a thing of the past when we finally invent a more effective method of brainwashing.

    from where do you think the whole push for VR comes from if not from advertisers?

  • The main reason I install ad block is for the YouTube ads. The most stupid ads implementation I ever seen.

  • TionTion Member

    @untoreh said: from where do you think the whole push for VR comes from if not from advertisers?

    From people who honestly think this is the next big entertainment thing?

    Some people get wet, others feel the rain.

  • Tion said: people who honestly think

    nasty lot

  • quickquick Member
    edited March 12

    Just for youtubers: Look for OGYoutube for android devices. Using it since 1 month, didn't see 1 ad.

  • @Ole_Juul said:

    Tion said: people who honestly think

    nasty lot

    Realistically as population grows, and the possibility of having to live in small confined, manufactured spaces (i.e. permanent space station, manufactured home on mars), VR becomes more of a necessity. More so than just gaming.

  • I run ab-solution on my Asus 68u router and nano adblocker on desktop and laptop to catch elements that bypass.

  • CrandolphCrandolph Member
    edited March 12

    @AlexJones said: I run ab-solution on my Asus 68u router and nano adblocker on desktop and laptop to catch elements that bypass.

    Got the same router. Amazing router, it has native OpenVPN functionality too which I love.

    Got it for 60 bucks too, T-Mobile (same one I have) used to hand them out for their hotspots I think, so the market is flooded right now.

  • @Crandolph said:

    @AlexJones said: I run ab-solution on my Asus 68u router and nano adblocker on desktop and laptop to catch elements that bypass.

    Got the same router. Amazing router, it has native OpenVPN functionality too which I love.

    Got it for 60 bucks too, T-Mobile (same one I have) used to hand them out for their hotspots I think, so the market is flooded right now.

    I noticed the existence of the T-Mobile one after I had purchased the router off Amazon. :/

  • HarambeHarambe Member

    @elliotc said: What about mobile solutions? ublock also?

    Brave browser (iOS). I bought Wipr which works in Safari, but it's pretty shit.

    Professional Shoeminer

  • bapbap Member

    uBlock Origin for sh1tty pop up ads

  • WSSWSS Member

    @Janevski said: Traditional ads will be a thing of the past when we finally invent a more effective method of brainwashing.

    I guess you've missed the last 20 years of political "humor".

    I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

  • jlayjlay Member
    edited March 12

    I run two instances of pi-hole as local DNS servers/forwarders (one VM on each hypervisor, two for redundancy) that blocks ad domain hostnames. It provides the ability to use different lists and I've built on top of this. Any systems that use the network benefit from this (mobile phones, game consoles, etc) as long as they're configured to use them for DSN resolution (either via DHCP or statically). This gives you a nice web UI and some fun statistics on how many ads are blocked and so on. Also helps improve DNS query performance due to the caching offered.

    In my browsers - uBlock origin, adblock plus, and only permitting trusted JS for everything else.

    I strongly dislike advertising because the signal to noise ratio is awful - most things advertised I'm not interested in or already know about, so I try to eradicate everything and have done fairly well.

    Site Reliability Engineer - happy to help with anything Linux!

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  • samualsamual Member

    ublock for browser

  • RadiRadi Member, Provider

    None

    VikingLayer now offers VPS resource pools. Ask me about them today. :)

  • @jlay said: I run two instances of pi-hole as local DNS servers/forwarders (one VM on each hypervisor, two for redundancy) that blocks ad domain hostnames.

    Is two necessary in your case? I do have three RPis, two of which are not doing anything. I have noticed that sometimes DNS resolution can take a bit to come back up after a reboot. Is the plusses worth maintaining two instances?

  • WindmmWindmm Member

    uBlock Origin

  • uBlock on pc and pi-hole on mobile.

    Programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute.

  • jlayjlay Member
    edited March 16

    @daxterfellowes said:

    @jlay said: I run two instances of pi-hole as local DNS servers/forwarders (one VM on each hypervisor, two for redundancy) that blocks ad domain hostnames.

    Is two necessary in your case? I do have three RPis, two of which are not doing anything. I have noticed that sometimes DNS resolution can take a bit to come back up after a reboot. Is the plusses worth maintaining two instances?

    Not really necessary, it's just so I've got at least one instance running in case one of my hypervisors loses networking/power/something else. I try to have redundancy everywhere possible. For the most part they run without any maintenance - I've got them automatically updating packages/pihole itself, and they monitor for changes to a host list I've set up and when that gets updated, so do the policies on the instances.

    I don't think there's much added difficulty to having two, but there's also not a whole lot gained aside from potential reliability honestly. With that said, I do intend to deploy this on Kubernetes so I've always got a set number of redundant instances running... It's excessive but a fun project if nothing else!

    Site Reliability Engineer - happy to help with anything Linux!

  • HxxxHxxx Member

    none of your business to be honest.

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  • bersybersy Member

    ublock origin

  • vfusevfuse Member, Provider

    ublock with easylist+easyprivacy

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  • NomadNomad Member
    edited March 16

    Pfsense + pfblockerng with lots of block lists and dnsbl + shadowsocks proxy behind it for my unrooted phone.

    Or Softether instead of Shadowsocks for other platforms.

    ++ uBlock origin on Chrome and Firefox

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  • emghemgh Member

    @Hxxx said: none of your business to be honest.

    Go. Away.

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