I personally do not have that many, but I was just wondering if there is any problem with me potentially adding a ton. I know that there could be false positives, but I mean problems like browsing will become slow, or any other issues? Im not worried about false positives.
I get that the Safari limit is 50000.
But for the system wide AdBlocking I use the abp.oisd.nl list and a whitelist I am maintaining, I have more than 500 000 rules in DNS protection, what's the limit?
What kind of conspiracy is that?!
I don't see any ads on Twitch at the moment, maybe check your filters?
Twitch is doing great at stopping AdBlockers, so what makes you think they won't patch the other methods?
Yes, that's possible:
Make a filter on Github, or in the adguard app
You can simply use the following syntax:
This blocks example.org and all of it's sub domains. You may also find a filterlist online that blocks what you want...
Split the list into maybe 4 different ones?
AdGuard can support unlimited rules and fiters, although it has trouble importing filters with several million all at once.
You can also use regex or adguard's syntax to make it smaller.
Can you please link the fillter here?