Ad on Yahoo Mail

Discussion in 'Missed Ads' started by WebRat, Nov 15, 2014.

  1. WebRat

    WebRat Beta Tester

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    I have tried several user filters and still part of the ad remains. Here is a screen-cap of the full ad.
    AG 5.10.1167.5997 and FF 33.1.1

    Any ideas?
     

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  2. Akshay

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    I have seen these kind of ads in FF with Gmail !
     
  3. Alex302

    Alex302 Filters Developer Staff Member Administrator

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    Don't see it. Can you temporally disable all browser extensions and try again?
    HTTPS filtration enabled?
     
  4. WebRat

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    Still there with all extensions disabled. Yes, HTTPS filter is enabled.


    Trying to block element with assistant gives this address:
    Code:
    us-mg5.mail.yahoo.com###yui_3_16_0_1_1416152641580_1859
    Block element by URL gives this address
    Code:
    https://beap.gemini.yahoo.com/mbclk?bv=1.0.0&es=0TBJQbwGIS.xoUxFM8WSChrL0asTF.zQZRD_oiX1FGvyVVW6atFFJyIQ0yg1g8gPSJv7pgLc1SZxVIBlXepTltkk6o3DuOvwvlttSKtt8GueLoMcs.Lintbtf.7VDRQpwnaQ90DdzvF4oiZJ9EsDdH_9K32x8MbBt7CiqFCzD4BmwokhzqrLgH55qOembPseQR25I6HKjcZ6lxQbm8qch9ZIwhwsG1v75Ifl65EmVr18IAqUMp4QEOqAsnXPInBdBebYgPNFEfcgDGhmzbD4EpvJ0iIsuIIGT0K.i76pqQRUp2Ws2ZIUfxn9E91wBnTApWnVqpJom.nbJ0E4hvKAVhoOLeCJ7M8p6BRhL5EXiaj1hSO3cmgtGYkoR3P9BOVuztwi7fqSkQkUnZV6wLd3gGelQhQDMqLteiF0Nlyj5v08_0leQagWtlcKsAQTgcilaESanOTjif.uoxmWcroeKSjWIq.zgmtb%26lp=$domain=us-mg5.mail.yahoo.com
    Part of the ad still remains, see screen cap.
     

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  5. Boo Berry

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    Looks like a new kind of ad, which I haven't seen yet with my test account. Maybe it's not rolled out to everyone?
     
  6. Alex302

    Alex302 Filters Developer Staff Member Administrator

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    Can you right click on this ad and press "explore element" and take screenshot?
     
  7. WebRat

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    This is a premium paid Yahoo account, not sure if that makes a difference.
     
  8. WebRat

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    Here you go.
     
  9. WebRat

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    That last one was with AG partial block of ad. Here it is with full ad.
     

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  10. Alex302

    Alex302 Filters Developer Staff Member Administrator

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    Try this:
    Code:
    yahoo.com##.mb-list-ad
    And what filters are you use?
     
  11. WebRat

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    Did not work.
    I'm using English, Spyware, Social Media and User filters.
     
  12. WebRat

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    This is what I've tried so far.
     

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    I don't see it in my account also.

    But looking at the screenshot I can suggest this rule:
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    mail.yahoo.com###msg-list .mb-sponsored+.flex
    
     
  14. WebRat

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    I just logged into another one of my Yahoo accounts (free) and there is no sign of the ad. I guess this Ad is for paying customers only...........NICE.
    I guess I'll just deal with it, thanks for the help.

    That did change it a little, see cap.
     

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    Try this one please instead of prev rules:
    Code:
    mail.yahoo.com#$#.mb-list-ad { visiblity: hidden!important; height: 0px!important; }
    
     
  16. WebRat

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    I disabled other rules and used that one, it made a big difference, but not for the better.
     

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    Argh, seems that we've broken layout.

    Could we try remote access through teamviewer?
     
  18. WebRat

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    I think we're getting closer, with all of the rules enabled only a small part of the ad remains. But the small part is in a bad spot..
     

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  19. WebRat

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    I'm about to leave for work, but this afternoon we can, no problem.
     
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    Please send me an email to am@adguard.com when you are ready.