ad blocker/pop-up blocker

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  1. rbkt65

    rbkt65 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    what are you using for pop-up/ad blocker? i am using thing called ad remover. seems to work very well so far. it costs about 40.00 year. any thoughts or suggestions?
     
  2. Mattax

    Mattax Just the facts, ma'am FABO Gold Member

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    ublock origin. It's not quite the same as an adblocker. Works withthe current firefox. On my old browser I use No-script. Also not an adblocker per se.
     
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    j par Well-hung Member

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    I thought if you had a gold membership all these pop-up ads and crap would go away?..
     
  4. 69FBCuda

    69FBCuda Life in the Fast Lane FABO Gold Member

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    Privacy badger add-on
     
  5. rbkt65

    rbkt65 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    was talking about other sites. i look at stl sports blues and cards. ads are just unreal. i don't go to moparts anymore because of the ads. i got to fess up 40.00 tomorrow for the one i am using now. just wondered what others were using. thanks.
     
  6. 67Dart273

    67Dart273 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    I am forbidden by management to comment on this
     
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    • BigBlockMopar

      BigBlockMopar BigBlockMember

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      Unbelievable someone would want to 'pay' to get rid of junk/spam/malware ads they didn't ask for in the first place.
      '70s Mob-practises.
      There are plently of free ad-removal plugins available for your browser.
       
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      • Yunick13

        Yunick13 Well-Known Member

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        Ad blocker pro. I know, Joey doesn't like it.
         
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        • DodgeLad

          DodgeLad There's no place like home FABO Gold Member

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          causes anomalies, not worth it
          plus the software has full reign of your computer...possible security hole
           
        • Dartnut

          Dartnut Don't hate me because i'm beautiful

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          ABP.
          It's free and works well for me.
           
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