[Resolved][Windows app] Bing.com ads

Infinityzzz23

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Ads aren't blocked in Bing, when using Microsoft Edge. If used Google Chrome and using Bing search engine then it blocks. But I mostly use Microsoft Edge so the searched keywords ads are not blocked. AdGuard blocks ads in websites but not when keywords are searched. For examples, check the attachments. Not only for these searched keywords, but also for a lot of searched keywords. A fix is highly recommended but not for only these two searched keywords. A permanent fix for all the searched keywords would be much appreciated.

Thanks,
No Name (haha)
 

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Blaz

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Please list your filters and direct url to the search.
 

Infinityzzz23

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rocketscience - Bing, adidas - Bing
Note*: There are a lot of searched keywords that shows ads like these. A permanent fix for all is highly appreciated.



Filters:
1. AdGuard Base Filters
2. AdGuard Mobile Ads Filter
3. Easylist
4. AdGuard Tracking Protection Filter
5. EasyPrivacy
6. AdGuard Annoyances Filter
7. AdBlock Warning Removal List
8. I don't care about cookies
9. EasyList Cookie List
10. Online Malicious URL Blocklist
11. Spam404
12. NoCoin Filter List
13. AdGuard DNS Filter
14. User Rules: 1) ###gameadsbannerpic



Thank you for your reply.
 

Blaz

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Please test these two rules in user filter (legit search results do not have h2 as a direct-child of li):
Code:
bing.com###b_results > li > h2
bing.com###b_results > li > h2 ~ *
 

Blaz

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Hmm, your layout seems to be more different than mine. Legit ones do not have h2 as direct child for me.

Which exact Edge are you using?
 

Infinityzzz23

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Same Microsoft Edge browser as yours. I don't know about the h2 as a direct child.
I zoomed out just for you to see.

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Also, check the attachments.
 

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Blaz

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Please test this rule (and remove previous posted rules):
Code:
bing.com#?##b_results > li:has(> h2 + .b_caption > div.b_attribution:not([u]) + p[class])
 

Infinityzzz23

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Thank you for your reply.

That rule is doing its job now. I do not see any broken sites and ads in searched results. This has done the job. Maybe consider adding this rule in one of your filters?

Thank you
 

Blaz

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Added to Base filter, update available in about 3 hours.

Please also check these two rules:

Code:
bing.com#?##b_results > li:has(> .b_caption > p:matches-css-before(content: /^(Ad|Ann\.|Annonce|Anúncio|Anzeige|Reklama|Реклама|Reclamă|Publicidade)$/))
bing.com#@?##b_results > li:has(> h2 + .b_caption > div.b_attribution:not([u]) + p[class])
 

Infinityzzz23

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Thank you for your reply.

If those two rules are added, ads are welcomed in the search results. If the first rule is added, ads are welcomed in search results. But the second rule works fine. It blocks all search results ads.

And what is the purpose of the second rule?
 
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