New sitecode demanding deactivation of ABP

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New sitecode demanding deactivation of ABP

Postby pixelstorm » Thu Jan 11, 2018 4:04 pm

Hi,
don't know who to thank, but pre playing video ads was gone first days in January with latest stabel Chrome.

But the same site(s) now added new code on the pages demanding deactivation of ADB.

Site is Swedens biggest news site, aftonbladet.se, click any link and you will see the ADB blocking popup,
check out the html code and search for adblock.
Any hints on howto anti-anti filter or fix this ?

Same code is prolly used on other sites as well.

I do not think they have created this it them self, they buy (a little) and steal content from other sites,
yes they copy and repack YouTube clips and show them in their own player, no credits or links to YT or the owner of the clips.

Not sure if this blocker could be fixed with a filter of some sort,
I tried to register on the Easylist forum, but it is not possible to register a new user,
so not even possible to contact them about the registration problem.

If someone has the possibility to contact them, tell them it is not possible to register new users.
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Re: New sitecode demanding deactivation of ABP

Postby mapx » Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:15 pm

I told the admin of easylist about your issue.

Did you see:
https://forums.lanik.us/viewtopic.php?p=128545#p128545

?

go to https://github.com/uBlockOrigin/uAssets ... ilters.txt
search for aftonbladet, try those filters
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Re: New sitecode demanding deactivation of ABP

Postby Lanik » Fri Jan 12, 2018 3:33 am

pixelstorm wrote:I tried to register on the Easylist forum, but it is not possible to register a new user,
so not even possible to contact them about the registration problem.

I see new user registrations already so looks like it's working again.
If it ain't broke don't fix it.
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