Hi, sorry for hijacking this thread, but I cam here because of ads on focus.de that won't go away. While writing this post I have found a solution. I am posting it nevertheless for others to see. See screenshot of said ads:http://imgur.com/xJXnTci
The problem is that focus.de uses random tag names, class names, ids and image urls for the ad elements. You can't define a rule for them. See code snippet:
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<sgusx class="fLlDg" id="wtNRBiSTHu">
Class names, tag names, ids and image urls are changed every time you reload the page. There is no <a> element. When you click you are dynamically redirected to randomly generated urls which then redirect you to weird fishy websites.
The responsible script is here: http://www.focus.de/fol/fol.min024.js?v=20141225132
It seems to be designed to circumvent ABP and other adblockers. While ABP can't block the elements generated by this script, it can just block the script itself. For now I have added http://www.focus.de/fol/*
to my own filters, which seems to work.
tl;dr: Add http://www.focus.de/fol/*
to your own filters in Adblock Plus Options.