it is just an ip score. previous owner of the ip might be using that ip for scam or something fraudelent. hence that bad score
IP operated by CC (colo crossing, a company from US )also usually got bad score on IP because they operate on Low end space that usually some of their customers use...
ofcourse you can,
i use google in this
this will block google.com but allow subdomain to load
but if you use
this will block all connection even in subdomain.
you can use @@|image.cordial.com
to whitelist subdomain.
about entry like tracker.com, tbh no idea...
Basically yes and to block website completely you need to block tcp connection which is something like this
you should use Adguard Home for something like this i'm not a fan for something like this in adguard. as sometimes it breaks website too much when the owner decides...
it is after dns query. we need to resolve hostnames before filtering but before content is displayed/painted the ads are blocked
could you give me example how that rule is?
there might be a difference from ios rules as ios didn't support more than 50.000 rules so it is optimized for ios
first off, dns filtering must be on if you want to use it,
1. does successful DNS queries leak connection to those servers? Or it’s only a DNS query with no actual connection being established once it gets filtered in HTTPS?
no,it is dns queries making requests to remote DNS servers. DNS over...
ok for answer
youtube ads are now double encrypted. adguard can't bypass it as now they are using the same domain to server videos and ads simulteanously
your best bet are using youtube vanced...
hello everyone, long time no posting in this forum.. been very busy last year
i'm still using adguard and see this link for example
will work if adguard is disabled
and videos thumbnails in first page will disappear with adguard on