How To remove the “Please turn off Adblock or fuck off” Messages

The problem with ad-blocking these days is that websites aren't sleeping and there constantly trying to find ways to bypass your ad-blocker extensions or integrated Browser blocking mechanism. This is a problem and it leads often in frustration because you see annoying messages which trying to tell you to turn off your blocker in order... Continue Reading →

AdAway v3.3-180307 for Android

AdAway is more or less alive, some members maintaining the code, perfectslayer - a member from XDA compiled the latest version for us version 3.3-180307 fixes a lot of problems and also adds chainfire's systemless root support together with Magisk 15.x support. What's new in Version 3.3 The full changelog and official announcement is available here.... Continue Reading →

Chrome’s integrated Ad-Blocker explained

You can hate Google or you can like them, but they are usually the first which introducing the new things which everyone else only copy. There were the first which introduced e.g. the sandbox mechanism and the first which released a phishing filter among several other web browser defaults. Now the next step is that... Continue Reading →

Android and the adblockers myth | They won’t help you to reduce any battery drain

Android is really an awesome OS (in my opinion) it's somewhat the Windows under the mobile OS because you can customize it how you want (when your device is rooted). Some people still believe that an application such as AdGuard, NetGuardm NetDNS or AdBlock Plus help you to reduce the battery drain. This is simply... Continue Reading →

Google will turn on native ad-blocking in Chrome on February 15

Google over the years controlled together with Facebook almost the entire web, with over 70% of the entire traffic. Some people want to change this with peer-to-peer technology but what are the good things? You can like it or not but most Web Browser simply copy Google Chrome with their introduced features and technologies. So... Continue Reading →

Advertisements vs. Crypto Mining

ThePiratebay, Starbucks and others did it first they added Crypto miners to their pages which basically hijacks your CPU so that they get some profit out of it while you use their services or websites - but let's talk about the changes it offers compared to traditional advertisements. People are always tend to abuse services for... Continue Reading →

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