outlook.live.com (mobile/Android) missed ads + adbblock detection

Discussion in 'Missed Ads' started by Avenger, Dec 1, 2017.

  1. Blaz

    Blaz Moderator & Translator Staff Member Moderator

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    @Boo Berry
    Try this rule:
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    outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"][-ext-has='> div.ms-fwt-r > span[class]']
    
    You can remove the previous rule with "heading".
     
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  2. Boo Berry

    Boo Berry Moderator + Beta Tester Moderator

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    Yep, works perfectly now on both Android/Chrome and Chromium desktop with changed user agent.
     
  3. Blaz

    Blaz Moderator & Translator Staff Member Moderator

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    @Boo Berry
    So to summarize we need the following rules:
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    outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"][-ext-has='> div.ms-fwt-r > span[class]']
    outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer > div[-ext-has='.__Microsoft_Owa_MessageListAds_ListView_templates_cs_V']
    @@||aolcdn.com/ads/adsWrapperMSNI.js$domain=outlook.live.com
    @@||res.office365.com/adbar/*/adbar.js$domain=outlook.live.com
    outlook.live.com###app div[class][data-min-width][data-max-width] ~ div[class][-ext-has='div[id^="owaadbar"]']
    outlook.live.com###primaryContainer > div[-ext-has='#owaadbar']
    
    Did I forgot one or is there still an issue with this site? The heading rule is also usable without [-ext-has , but this way it is safer.

    @Adam
    Could you please check iOS, thank you.

    For iOS we can use these following two rules for the ad emails, but not sure about their safety:
    outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer > div[style="height: 88px;"]:not([class]):not([id])
    outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"]
     
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  4. Boo Berry

    Boo Berry Moderator + Beta Tester Moderator

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    Yep, looks like that's the complete set needed.
     
  5. Adam

    Adam Filters Developer Staff Member Moderator

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    I don't see any ads and antiadblock notice on iOS on my end.
    I added those rules:
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    outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer > div[style="height: 88px;"]:not([class]):not([id])
    outlook.live.com##.conductorContent .scrollContainer div[role="heading"]
    and I think it doesn't break anything, but it would be better if someone who can reproduce ads and adblock notice test it.
     
  6. Avenger

    Avenger New Member

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    Have these filters been updated?

    I updated today and the ads in the initial post are still present on mobile.
     
  7. Boo Berry

    Boo Berry Moderator + Beta Tester Moderator

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    Try clearing the Android web browser's cache and/or disabling and re-enabling AG's protection. I just checked and the rules are still working on Android.
     
  8. Avenger

    Avenger New Member

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    I just updated the filters again. Cleared every single possible history option (including the cache) in the browser settings, disabled and re-enabled adguard and the ads are still very much present when logging into outlook
     
  9. Avenger

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    Ads are still showing...

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  10. Boo Berry

    Boo Berry Moderator + Beta Tester Moderator

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    Can't reproduce, still blocked here.

    You might have to manually add some of the rules posted above to your user filter (as I don't know which rules were added to the Mobile filter). I did, and they're working for me.

    Otherwise, make sure you're using the Annoyances filter.
     
  11. Avenger

    Avenger New Member

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    I manually added all 6 of the rules posted above, cleared all history settings, disabled and re-enabled adguard and the ads are still present...
     
  12. Blaz

    Blaz Moderator & Translator Staff Member Moderator

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    I only can reproduce the ads without the two rules above.

    I can't find them in any filter list @Adam
     
  13. Adam

    Adam Filters Developer Staff Member Moderator

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    Oh, I meant that I added them to user filter (not to English filter or any other).
    When I was checking it on iOS, I didn't saw any ads even without these rules.
     
  14. Blaz

    Blaz Moderator & Translator Staff Member Moderator

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    Added to Mobile filter.
     
  15. Avenger

    Avenger New Member

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    Seems to have done the trick.