01 PC for 01 Year
Version: Adblock Plus 2018
- Publisher: Eyeo GmbH
- Genre: Ad Blocking Extension
- Firewall Type: Other
- Platform: Android/Mac/Windows/iOS
- Protection Types: Malware|Phishing|Spyware|Virus
- Parental Controls: Yes
- Cloud Based Software: No
- Subscription: Yes
- Device Supported: 01 PC
- Subscription Period: 01 Year
Stop the advertisement related pop-ups on the internet with Adblock Plus. The ad blocking program will help you get rid of those annoying ads that keep popping up on websites. This includes the annoying YouTube video and other social media ads. The Adblock software is designed in a way that it detects the unnecessary ads and blocks all of them right away. Enabling the anonymous mode keeps the current session of the web browser untraced and disables most of the tracking by attackers. To make the device and its user’s personal information, Adblock Plus by default disables the social media buttons and provides malware protection.
What is Adblock Plus?
Adblock Plus is a free extension that allows you to - among other things - block annoying ads, disable tracking and block domains known to spread malware. Available for Android, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Maxthon, Opera, Safari and Yandex, Adblock Plus uses filters that you choose to block all unwanted elements.
Created by Wladimir Palant in 2006, Adblock Plus is an open source project licensed under GPLv3. In 2011, Palant, together with Till Faida, founded Eyeo to make its development sustainable.
How does Adblock Plus work?
Adblock Plus itself has no functionality; it doesn't block anything until you "tell" it what to block by adding external filter lists. Filter lists are essentially an extensive set of rules that tell Adblock Plus which elements of a website to block. You can add any filter list you want. For example, you can block tracking and/or malware (technically, Adblock Plus under default settings already has some level of tracking and malware protection but you can enable more protection). You can also create your own filter lists. Almost all filters are open source, therefore many filter lists have been created by Internet users.
Filter lists enabled by default include:
- An ad blocking list selected based on your language (EasyList)
- The Acceptable Ads list
These are enabled to get you started. You can remove them or add others - it's up to you.
EasyList corresponds to your browser language and is aimed at disabling ads that are considered to be intrusive by our community of users. Please note, Eyeo GmbH did not draft EasyList and therefore has no right to, or control over, its content. Visit the EasyList Community for more information.
The Acceptable Ads list displays ads that comply with the acceptable ads criteria agreed upon by our community of users. The list is maintained by Eyeo GmbH.
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