And how to find out?
Do you use the default filters for uBo or custom filters?Enable Edge tracking protection by itself and open UI to see blocked trackers. Enable µBO with Edge TP and check the former's UI to see blocked connections. Built-in protection takes precedence and blocks first, then µBO cleans up the leftovers. There may be better ways to check that are above my pay grade and that I'm not aware of.
There is no conflict between the two. uBlock is simply more granular.
I have the same issue, but shouldn't those tracking cookies be blocked by uBlock Origin or AdGuard when tracking protection is disabled?I keep Strict setting and uBlock Origin enabled and working together. Have not encountered any webpage anomalies yet, but you never know. I have about 2/3 of the lists enabled plus three imports.
I don't disable the Strict Tracking Prevention setting in Edge because then I end up with Tracking cookies like doubleclick.net and scorecardresearch.com, simply by going to gmail for example. Anything else but Strict setting in Privacy section will risk your getting these cookies.
I always thought doubleclick.net and scorecardresearch.com were blocked by EasyPrivacy (uBlock) or Tracking Protection filter (AdGuard).I don't know that uBlock Origin can do this out of the box, it didn't for me. You maybe have to add a blacklist. I don't have a specialized cookie blacklist in uBO, and at the moment, I don't need one provided Strict is enabled.
From what I've read, uMatrix can be used for the purpose of blocking Tracking cookies per website. I never could get into uMatrix, Gandalf_The_Grey. AdGuard, I'm not sure but if you can import a blacklist into uBO, you could do so in AdGuard, right?
I'll repost an exhaustive list of the myriad filters you can import into uBO, AdGuard, etc.
FilterLists is the independent, comprehensive directory of filter and host lists for advertisements, trackers, malware, and annoyances. By Collin M. Barrett.filterlists.com
Fanboy's list is diligently maintained (he also works for Brave, maintaining their lists). Malware lists are a waste. Smartscreen or other web filters are best.i realized that Peter Lowe's list is a little problematic, but i didn't stop using it (don't ask me why )... Why did you stop using it and Malware list?
This is the same idea I had. I will send feedback too.I submitted as feedback if we could get the option to set those exception pages to balanced instead of turning off tracking protection.
I would prefer strict for all pages and the ability to put some pages on balanced.
You can manage cookies per site directly from address bar UI. Brave offers an even better UI for managing all Shields functions.From what I've read, uMatrix can be used for the purpose of blocking Tracking cookies per website.
Very sharp. @Spawn might benefit from this as well.I keep uBlock Companion installed, but use it ON CLICK (on demand) just to check third-party footprint from time to time).