[Resolved] mediafire.com

fanboy

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In Easylist we have a regex for this site, because the revolving nature of the domains being inserted on some sites.. (the ads servers kept changing)

/^https?\:\/\/(?!(connect\.facebook\.net|ajax\.cloudflare\.com|www\.google-analytics\.com|ajax\.googleapis\.com|fbstatic-a\.akamaihd\.net|stats\.g\.doubleclick\.net|api-secure\.solvemedia\.com|api\.solvemedia\.com|sb\.scorecardresearch\.com|www\.google\.com)\/)/$script,third-party,xmlhttprequest,domain=mediafire.com


Not sure if Adguard will support regex filters? Is it on the todo list?
 
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Nameless

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Hey fanboy, i saw avatar is away so response will be slow to this.

I dont thin adguard has regex at the moment but im not sure, maybe it does would need clarification from an admin/dev really ive not seen it mentioned myself unless i forgot.
 

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In Easylist we have a regex for this site, because the revolving nature of the domains being inserted on some sites.. (the ads servers kept changing)

/^https?\:\/\/(?!(connect\.facebook\.net|ajax\.cloudflare\.com|www\.google-analytics\.com|ajax\.googleapis\.com|fbstatic-a\.akamaihd\.net|stats\.g\.doubleclick\.net|api-secure\.solvemedia\.com|api\.solvemedia\.com|sb\.scorecardresearch\.com|www\.google\.com)\/)/$script,third-party,xmlhttprequest,domain=mediafire.com

Not sure if Adguard will support regex filters? Is it on the todo list?
Adguard does not support it now (we have not expected that regex rules could be useful:)).
Now I see that it could so we'll add regex rules support soon.
 
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