Hi, Here's my configuration (targeting for lowest CPU/memory): - Filter DNS requests is checked and also pref.vpn.ipv4.bypass and pref.vpn.ipv6.bypass are checked. - Ad Blocker: Only simplified domain names is selected. - Filtering method: Simplified. 1: When using DNS filtering, does the Filtering method have meaning? Cause I did couple of tests and saw the exact same blocked entries (when log is enabled) with different filtering methods. And if it does, is Simplified the best one for lowest CPU/memory? 2: Just to double check, when using DNS filtering, selecting filters other than simplified domain names has no effect (in terms of filtering. not memory), right? 3. http://m.ynet.co.il + click any article + scroll almost to the bottom You will see a section powered Links by Taboola. The "powered by" is a link to "popup.taboola.com". Other links are "ynet" and "trc.taboola.com". When log is enabled, i can see some blocked entries related to Taboola, but still this section is there. Any reason for that? Even if you click the "powered by" link, it blocks several Taboola DNS but still shows you the "popup.taboola.com" content (without an entry in the log) (In my previous configuration with several filters and high quality method, I didn't see this section) 4. When ynet refers to another website, it adds &ref=ynet. Example: https://m.calcalist.co.il/article.aspx?guid=3718269&ref=ynet This link opens only when adguard is disabled. When adguard is enabled, the only WA is to manually remove the &ref=ynet + let it fully load one time (still blank page) + refresh the page. Any thoughts? 5. Blocking/unblocking rules VIA the logger: Does it have meaning when using DNS filtering? If so, which option is valid? (maybe just "apply to DNS reqquests only"? alghtough I can see the OOB rules are not with "$app=com.adguard.dns"). Thanks.