Yavli.com are the worst advertisements on the web. They're similar to Outbrain and Taboola style "related links" at the bottom of articles, but worse. None of it is content, 100% ads, always irrelevant to the article. They're shilling get-rick-quick schemes, or diet pills, or penny auctions.
It's difficult blocking these ads, because each website running these ads seems to host the ads themselves on a custom domain name. When you access the domain name hosting the ads directly, you see the words, "Hi, I am your new HeroFW app!"
For examplehttp://dailycaller.com/2014/11/20/what- ... ck-n-roll/
hosts the ads at http://opner.cohttp://www.valuewalk.com/2013/03/google ... lay-store/
hosts the ads at http://rlex.org
And here's a screenshot of the ads in question - http://imgur.com/NbXStQ5
Note how the testosterone supplement ad uses a totally unrelated image which is meant to pique your disgust and curiosity.
It'd be great if we could get some filters to work across all implementations of Yavli.