1. S

    Q&A Pi-hole - Network-wide Ad Blocking (And do you use it?)

    Homepage: Pi-hole®: A black hole for Internet advertisements Blog: Pi-hole Web Interface: The Next Generation Reddit: A subreddit dedicated to Pi-hole® • r/pihole Discourse: Pi-hole Userspace Block Over 100,000 Ad-serving Domains - Known ad-serving domains are pulled from third party sources...
  2. Windows_Security

    Extension Ublock got a third-party exposure scope extension

    Raymon Hill has released a new extension which records which (third-party) websites you have engaged when surfing the internet. After installation when you click the UBO-Scope ICON it informs you about the third-party exposure. When you click the icon, you get the default tile unfiltered (I...
  3. conceptualclarity

    Q&A PeerBlock as an ad blocker--your view?

    I know uBlock Origin is well-regarded as an ad-blocker. However it's a browser extension. Not everybody uses a browser in the Gecko or Chromium browser families. (I use Maxthon myself.) I just noticed that PeerBlock has ad-blocking capability. So I'm wondering if anybody can offer an opinion as...