Searching for 'watch Justice League movie online free' , I've found first google result: 123moviesfree.ac...All you have to do is to search
"watch Justice League movie online free" or "watch Thor : Ragnarok 2017 movie online free" without quotes
and you can find the movie sites. They are all about the same sites hosting free online movies
Make sure you turn off all the other adblockers
Most likely it's the difference in filter lists. uBlock Origin enables EasyPrivacy, Peter Lowe's and its own filters by default.I have a question on ContentBlockHelper
When I visited Gizmodo.com, uBlock Origin shows amazon-adsystem.com is blocked and ContentBlockHelper also shows the same which means they concur.
However, chartbeat.com, googletagservices.com etc are blocked by uBlock Origin (by default) but NOT block by ContentBlockHelper. So which is correct?
Even in MT forums, google-analytics.com is blocked by uBlock Origin but NOT block by ContentBlockHelper........
Thank you very much Windows_Security Kees! And Happy New year to you and your family!When you have an adblocker which allows own filters (e.g. Adguard or uBlock)rigin), you can add
This sort of blocks redirects for all high level domains except NL, COM, ORG or INF
Check what your blocker supports, I just block all underwater links from high level domains I don't visit normally
ABC, DEF and GHI are the high level domains you want to allow (add more with |~JKL|~MNO|~PGR|~etc| )
- I see your good intentions, which will be appreciated above all by those who will benefit from this advice!Thx same to you
Policy control is a nice extension which allows in depth control (really simple to use with allow, block third-party and block all). The rules examples I posted are less restrictie (and can be overrules with Ublock0's menu) because it allows all for the excluded high level domains (NL, COM, ORG and INF in the example below). Using two lines it is possible to block for first and third-party (first rule) or third-party only (second rule)
# block plug-in (pfd,flash) subrequest except for high level domains NL, COM, ORG and INF
# block automated third-party connections except for high hlevel domains NL, COM, ORG and INF
It is good to provide some monitoring on site redirects cross site connections, so I just wanted to outline this option also in this informative thread.