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Blaz

Moderator & Translator
Staff member
Moderator
DNS is disabled? Please try to only enable AdGuard filters and no third-party filters.
 

pappapi

New Member
I am using AdGuard filters only, however DNS was enabled. Disabling it didnt help. Then I started messing with some settings (excuse me, im pretty new to Adguard, never read a tutorial etc.).

Turns out, that I had the option "Filter blocklist only" in HTTPS filtering network settings enabled for whatever reason. After disabling, the adblock warning, atleast in userupload ,didnt pop up again. So it works smoothly now. Have to test on other occasions. However, when HTTPS filtering is disabled completely, the adblock gets detected again.

I have to research a bit into Adblocking afterwards. Dont even know whats HTTPS filtering about. But anyway,Thanks for helping me @Blaz
 

Alex302

Filters Developer
Staff member
Administrator
Checked here https://userupload.net/b63huaz5p4f6 Not reproduced.

> when HTTPS filtering is disabled completely, the adblock gets detected again

In this case it is not possible to bypass anti-adblockers. Recommended mode - enabled HTTPS filtering for browsers, which allow it.
 
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