When you block scripts using Site Settings in Chromium using allow exceptions for HTTPS//[*.]com, HTTPS://[*.]ro etc, adjust your uBo rules as shown belowIs there a noticeble difference between " com * 3p-frame noop " and " * com * noop " ?
I know noop is global and 3p-frame is for third party frames.
Is Netcraft still needed with TrafficLight? TrafficLight seems to do a great job also on phishing after a short test on OpenPhish and PhishTank.@cryogent
The point of adding ONE single AdBlockPlus rule to your static My Filyters (HTTP://*^$third-party,~stylesheet,~image) is that you can forget about all the community based blocklists floating around the internet. Jjust have a look at http://vxvault.net/URL_List.php what are the first 5 characters of every malicious link posted (caution: trick question )
So let's go cold turkey on the blocklists and ONLY enable EASYLIST ADS + ROMANIAN and ADGUARD tracking protection and disable all others for the time being.
Secondly let's go cold turkey on the extensions to. Keep UBlockOrigin, TrafficLight and Netcraft and disable all others for the time being.
When you don't start biting chunks out of your keyboard or randomly bonking your head against the screen for agony within seconds (after all it is a double cold turkey on blocklists and extensions) than close and re-open Chromium and surf to a dozen websites you normally visit and post your experiences (do you see a lot more advertisements)?
Yes (although Netcraft adds an extra client side Cross Site Scripting check, but Yes that would be a great next step)
I use many time Bitdefender TrafficLight .And Netcraft but I only activate it when I do bank transactions or when I think I'm on a dangerous site.
Like this ?Probably a simple solution here, but I'm too dense to figure it out.
Often I get an unwanted video popout window that locates itself in the lower right corner of the browser. When I select uBlock's "Block element", uBlock's blocking window appears directly over the video I'm trying to eradicate... so when I click "Preview" I'm unable to see the effect that uBlock offers.
How can I relocate uBlock's window in these circumstances so it does not overlay the element I'm trying to remove.
I've learned a lot from you about uBO. So thanks for that Oldschool.Here's my current lightweight filter list setup for µBO which is best used with medium mode but works fine when the user wishes to fall back to easy mode with 2 clicks. Enjoy!
I'm not sure I understand your question, but an example may help.1. " com * 3p-frame noop ", does it mean that once a first or a third script is blocked I will be informed on the contrary of " * com * noop " ?
Posting my dynamic rule set would be pointless because these are unique to each µBO user and very dependent on surfing style. The example above should be sufficient to guide you on your way, but I'll be happy to try and help you if you have other questions.2. Could you please attach your 'new dynamic rules' ?