just an idea...
i often read the ad-polluted website gamestar.de
maybe u know that they are using a new ad system, which can unfortunately not effectively blocked by adblock... and even if for one day -> the next day gamestar shows this stupid ads again.
so i decided to ask the pros a question: is it possible to block ads while generation a unique code? if u look on these ads on this kinda "unblockable" gamestar ads u see that they are nearly always use the same pics as ads. the same pics...the same content...the same text...the same colors and so on.
my idea would be, if it is possible, to use these things againgst the ads. analyze these ads-pics and generate a code...this code will be unique. and with unique codes it should be easy to identify such ad-pics and block it.
to be more precise: analyzing an ad-pic
-> u get a arrangement of colors -> unique for this pic - lets call this code 123
-> u get a pic of a smiling man on it -> unique pic -> code 456
-> u get text on it "please buy our product -> "unique" text in relation with the other analyzed things -> code 789
-> u get nearly always the same ads-position on the screen -> maybe code 10
...here u can add more ideas to get an even more unique code...
so analyzing our ad-pic we would generate a unique code with "12345678910". blocking this code "123456789010" should work easily like always on the block filter... if it is used on page ab.com or cd.de or ef.com -> it should be blocked
even if the ad-pic is changed, lets say instead of "please buy our product" in "buy our product please", or the color is changed from white to yellow -> the changed new unique code isnt far away from the old unique code -> 90% or 80% or 70% of even the same code as before should easy to be identified to block the "new" changed ad-pic again.... this could lead to the fact that a completly new ad-pic needs to be made. which need time and work, but could again easily be blocked when identified as ad.
take an ad-pic...let a software analyze it...generate a unique code from it and block it all over the world with ad-block... possible?