Waardering: 4,5 van 5
4,5 sterren van 5
- door Firefox-gebruiker 12947670, één jaar geledenWaardering: 5 van 5Blocking adds and ruining the data-miners business model - what could be better for one's privacy!?
Worx perfectly with Privacy Badger, SELF-destructing-cookies and Decentraleyes!
- door Firefox-gebruiker 14574917, één jaar geledenWaardering: 5 van 5The ads are blocked but the "click counter" doesn't work(clicked 0 / 0 Ads detected). I tried on multiple sites. I'm not using any other ad blocker. Also somehow the images got deleted in ad vault. Theres empty squares for a lot of ads.
Amazing extension, I hope I'll resolve this somehow.
Edit: AdNauseam worked with that page. I went to test other ones. They detected 0 ads. I found the cause of this. All knows trackers were disabled in settings. I changed the settings and now AdNauseam works as it should be.
I don't know if I should keep all trackers blocked or keep AdNauseam so it can generate noise.
Thank you for replying so quick.
Edit 2: The images of ads reappeared in ad vault.
- door Firefox-gebruiker 14491390, één jaar geledenWaardering: 4 van 5Sorry in advance, this is more a reply than a review and I guess reviews are not for discussion, but does user 8562d0 realise that Ublock Origin is GPL and that AdNauseam does acknowledge it uses it as a foundation and is also GPL? "Ripoff" is not really a thing in this context.
And as for dismissing AdNauseam based on reading studies about the effectiveness of data obfuscation, this extension’s authors actually write this kind of studies, so surely they have some idea of what they’re doing.