Q&A Evaluate your content blocker with Ad Block Tester

SecureKongo

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Chrome OS + uBlock Origin + Windscribe: 82%
iOS 14.5 Safari + Wipr + Hush + Windscribe ROBERT: 100%

lol never thought I would have better tracker blocking on my iPhone because they both feel about the same in terms of privacy.
Just checked your browser "extension" HTTPS4All. Why are you using this outdated app that doesn't even do anything that Safari can't. Safari has built in HTTPS Upgrade in the experimental settings which is definitely the better option.
 

bribon77

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in MX Linux.
 

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ForgottenSeer 85179

Privacy Badger isn't nor works like Safari.

Using extensions is also the wrong way and filterlists doesn't block device fingerprinting.
Privacy Badger makes you even (more) unique.

Safari use a strong anti tracking system (not only this filterlist) and doesn't need any user change.
 

plat1098

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Went from 87% to 100% testing Edge. Tracking prevention is toggled to OFF and Trace is removed. Just AdGuard for Windows.

Would not go anywhere without EasyList.

Kind of mis-leading to get 100% on tests like these b/c nothing is bullet-proof. It's like my machine got an "A+" on a new benchmark here yet it's not a high-end machine. What does that score really tell you? :unsure:

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