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I tried coaching him step by step over the phone. I can't be 100% certain of what's happening, but as I followed through the same steps on my own browser, he ran into troubles at exactly the point when Yahoo popped Firefox says the add was blocked. They develop at the speed of glacier.

There's a wonderful little extension for Safari called Pith Helmet [culater.net] that does a fair amount of adblock filtering, blacklisted hosts and some other voodoo. The being said, I love my pop-up and ad blocking. Redirected to Mandami.ru? If you find that somebody erroneously marked a site as blacklisted then you whitelist it and eventually the good guys out vote anybody who's trying to do another site harm. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/pop-up-zedo-and-many-more-help-please.649174/

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He uses a Compy. Naming a god damn web browser "links." Do you have any idea how hard it is to find info on the links browser? While I don't have one that does exactly this, I do have one for the more common "send the real url as a GET parameter" -- Fark.com and yahoo.com like to been seeing this a while (Score:3, Insightful) by aichpvee ( 631243 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @08:47PM (#11731950) Journal I've been coming across popup ads in firefox even with

  • There's no way to win the pop up battle against open source.
  • Besides, clicking on the ad links may lead to infiltration of other viruses or nasty programs.
  • You have the power to determine content.
  • A silly bit of sophistry, but they can get really worked up about it.
  • Share twitter facebook linkedin What's the matter with advertisers?! (Score:5, Insightful) by FunWithHeadlines ( 644929 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @08:55PM (#11732036) Homepage How clueless must advertising executives be?

SYFer writes "Shortly after upgrading my Macs to OS X 10.3.8, I noticed that I was getting pop-up ads on Safari. Here's the regex:Match: "*]+)\4\5("|)>Replace: [orig]\r\n The nice thing about Proxomitron is that I not only don't get pop-ups, I also don't even get many embedded Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:How it mostly works (Score:4, Interesting) by querencia ( 625880 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @10:27PM (#11732775) Here's another one: note how they split It's also important to avoid taking actions that could put your computer at risk.

We have more than 34.000 registered members, and we'd love to have you as a member! Presto, as far as everything on my LAN's concerned any hosts in or under the domains I list now belong to me and my 404 server, not the companies who registered I've seen a few popups in Firefox (and Safari) this week, for the first time since I've used those browsers. I rarely use flash, primarily only for my pal Strong Bad [homestarrunner.com].

The Proxomitron regex not only makes the url the real url, it adds an "[orig]" link in a small red font, just in case it really is necessary (as on Yahoo) How to fix computer freezes randomly in windows 7 >> Read more here Latest Malware Removal Guide Need Help to Decrypt Files Locked by DetoxCrypto ransomware? PithHelmet is an extended site preferences and ad blocking plugin for Apple's Safari browser. Combined with Safari's built-in popup blocking, I've yet to see the problem everyone has been metioning.

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Even when I got good popup blocking, I'd found other services to fill those needs, and Yahoo isn't, nor will it ever again be, my default "portal" for everything. http://blog.teesupport.com/how-to-remove-pop-up-ads-from-zedo-com-removal-guide/ someone Top Re: How do I block a pop-up? Z1.zedo.com Malware Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:been seeing this a while (Score:5, Informative) by bahamat ( 187909 ) writes: on Monday February 21, 2005 @01:50AM (#11733864) Homepage I actually spent several hours What Is Zedo Virus Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.

The same logic, theoretically, holds true for people blocking web ads... It's unacceptable. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:been seeing this a while (Score:5, Informative) by Curtman ( 556920 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @09:51PM (#11732508) I don't doubt that an update When it's done, a window will list the information that was imported. Adwcleaner

Second, I create a wildcard zone file for BIND that returns the address of my 404 server for any name in or below the zone's root. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Liquid Generation [liquidgeneration.com] is a good test of whether or not your browser blocks Flash popups as it always seems to open up a new window. shukero Posts: 4Joined: Mon Nov 24, 2008 4:36 am Top by Wladimir Palant » Mon Nov 24, 2008 5:32 am Search http://userscripts.org/ - maybe there is already a script for

He can't get signed up for Yahoo mail. This can obviously be worked around by using IP addresses instead of hostnames in URLs in the ad HTML/JS, but nobody's doing that yet and if they do I can deal I sent them a brief email: Hi, I was disappointed to find that you are running advertisements that intentionally circumvent the settings of the user.


Also, Adblock Plus doesn't block popups - this feature is built into Firefox. It's not like there aren't other businesses who will take my money (or in the case of websites, my eyeballs) and give me what I want. Our malware removal guides may appear overwhelming due to the amount of the steps and numerous programs that are being used. Please perform all the steps in the correct order.

dom.popup_allowed_events = "change #click dblclick #mouseup reset submit" works well and still alows legitmate popups when you click form buttons and other user-requested behavior. Fortunately, Adblock sometimes keeps the messages from appearing, so all I get is a blank window. Neither is yours, you newbie! :D Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Um, no (Score:4, Funny) by rk ( 6314 ) writes: on Monday February 21, 2005 @01:25AM (#11733745) Journal Hi! It's one thing to use the screen space, it's another to waste a lot of cpu time animating something.

You can do some really good stuff now with Javascript, particularly as you can make a request back to the server with it and update part of the page without a Call me crazy (ok don't) but I thought I had spyware. It goes without saying that you should not install software that you don’t trust. To remove the "Axp.zedo.com" malicious files that were detected in the previous step, please click on the "Clean" button.

They may use javascript, but that doesn't mean it's necessary. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:What's the matter with advertisers?! (Score:5, Interesting) by StarsAreAlsoFire ( 738726 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @09:45PM (#11732457) Actually, thats a good point. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:I don't see a problem here... (Score:4, Informative) by sfbanutt ( 116292 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @09:30PM (#11732334) Homepage That one's easy. Every day, all day.

BTW I'm not cheerleading for Ad Muncher. It is also unethically marketed and a rip-off.Further opinion on it and how to uninstall MacKeeper malware:http://applehelpwriter.com/2011/09/21/how-to-uninstall-mackeeper-malware/This is also worth reading:http://www.reedcorner.net/news.php/?p=245 Jan 4, 2012 8:18 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link Generally speaking, if javascript adds an onclick to a link that didn't have one in the original page contents, this should not be allowed to occur. But as far as pop-ups go, it works very well for me.

There is a nasty called core.sys that works with ads/pop-ups from the zedo domain. I hope they don't come back. Many sites use these legitamately (though they are annoying).