Help to bypass delfi's circumvention software act

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Help to bypass delfi's circumvention software act

Postby Tomasm21 » Sat Oct 19, 2019 3:10 pm

Hello.
I've been using AdBlock Plus v 3.6.3 in conjunction with the AdNauseam v 3.8.401 for about a year.
Both of them work perfectly and fulfill each other. Many adds, trackers and other tracking shit is neutralized.
I'm on Google Chrome Version 77.0.3865.120 (Official Build) (64-bit), Win10.

However there is one site http://www.delfi.lt that started to use some circumvention software. Also I don't really sure whether it uses of circumvention software. But someone said it is.
The effect is that many adds is automatically blocked, others I blocked by right clicking and selecting.
But there is one wide bar on the top that leads to a commercial topsport site. The bar automatically loads on each page refresh or any article load. The picture on the bar is blocked by your AdBlock.
But the region always gets occupied and is functional. It loads after some time and pulls whole article column down. It's really annoying. Each time I have to right click onto it and to create new and new blocking entry for that url.
It goes by urls like www.delfi.lt##.hmcxft or www.delfi.lt##.hwzlly. the last six symbols each time always different.
here is the video: Click to watch on streamable.

Page http syntax IMO is this(though I'm not so sure):
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<div class="container mb20" id="header-top-banner">
   <div class="row">
      <div class="ad">
      <div id="5215935dab09192346d"></div><script>window._dlf&&_dlf.adxtag(521593,{dom:'5215935dab09192346d'});</script>
<div id="5589815dab0919234bb"></div><script>window._dlf&&_dlf.adxtag(558981,{dom:'5589815dab0919234bb'});</script>
      </div>
   </div>
</div>

      <div class="container bb2">
<div class="row">
  <div class="col-xs-9 left"><div class="mb20">
<div id="adx-562782"></div>
<script>_dlf.adxtag(562782)</script>
</div>

It always changes class name. I think it's the name like those six symbol at the end of ##.

Can you investigate and find out how to bypass.
I think AdBlocker should prevent that element from loading whatever those last six symbols are.
I think it can be done.
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Re: Help to bypass delfi's circumvention software act

Postby sbell » Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:40 pm

I'm sorry, but we do not want to cover site-specific filter questions in the Adblock Plus forum.

The Adblock Plus project is deliberately not involved in authoring filters. The best place to get help for such questions is the forum of a filter list project such as EasyList.

Thanks
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