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The footnote also says: "Firefox for desktop does allow extensions..." It's not just Firefox for desktop, Firefox… https://t.co/0qZuakLIiGMy expectation is that *when* uBO needs to make a DNS lookup, the browser will cache the result and thus will reuse… https://t.co/4AXvQUwyXOAn article discussed on HN's front page (https://t.co/cgwNH8xn4h) has the following footnote (see pic). Browsers h… https://t.co/pFiuzmDWYA
11/24
2019
@Ingolf_He @SgtSevered @RandomFFUser @ManjaroLinux @brave @firefox @ublockorigin You are right, I confirm that is not true.Also, there is already a strict popup blocker feature in uBO, see https://t.co/tH8NrKVSsbFor some reasons the following tweet got a lot of likes: https://t.co/RCfJhrWuKH I can only reiterate: Do not ins… https://t.co/hJYNuUJkH6
11/14
2019
@isiahmeadows1 @0x00_pckts uBlock Origin is not donation driven, see https://t.co/XZrmhyf0jQ. Adblock Plus is owne… https://t.co/hUXHivb86Z
11/6
2019
https://t.co/a7uA7qGHyn https://t.co/KqRKOjrhTb
11/1
2019
@DotProto @ublockorigin I've unlocked the issue if you want to comment in there: https://t.co/TpunF4disV
10/23
2019
https://t.co/a5BMPgQbl7 https://t.co/qQYLh6tmV2
10/22
2019
@DotProto I think it might be the case (I have forgotten) but I can't verify right now. My thinking is that those w… https://t.co/pskcOHomda @FatihRekt See https://t.co/ho9OXtxZd8 @DotProto I think this it has been unlisted since a long time and I don't mind it, I provide a link in the release… https://t.co/JiJWKDGrVn
10/15
2019
@Xharos42 Try Fanboy Annoyances and/or AdGuard Annoyances under "Annoyances" section in "Filter lists" pane.
10/7
2019
@JoshuaMcVay @notdan @ublockorigin I am currently using the following one instead of the last two in the older twee… https://t.co/QM5AdaSWZu
9/30
2019
My article on the UK ruling condemning #JulianAssange to indefinite political imprisonment, & the Swedish investiga… https://t.co/HyZnaTbhiD
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9/23
2019
@Gandalf_T_G Thanks for finding the solution, I will expand the existing filter in "uBlock filters" to cover Dutch. @Gandalf_T_G Do you get the same issue with either Firefox or Chromium?
9/21
2019
@Gandalf_T_G The filters are in EasyList & "uBlock filters"; they work fine on my side. Maybe you disabled cosmetic… https://t.co/H6iknbutlahttps://t.co/2J3OdGB8xg"The Real Solution? Enforce Existing Policies / In order to truly protect users, Google needs to start properly enf… https://t.co/yZHFi4mYbVHome server appears to be unresponsive hxxp://onbase.space/, which means privacy policy link is dead -- and just th… https://t.co/cBpOUO9EbGhttps://t.co/drtiWGXCIY "'uBlock Plus Adblocker,' Hill last year said via Twitter that the latter is malicious. An… https://t.co/VCadrJ2mqY
9/20
2019
@BrendanEich Adblock (from BetaFish) is also be affected: it's using the ABP filtering engine code and enforce Eyeo… https://t.co/gHDJKxIUGKI missed this few weeks old article: "header includes an [X-Adblock-Key] key that allows daily ads to bypass one of… https://t.co/1oRdDDxK1e
9/19
2019
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9/17
2019
@LittleGravitas @Rhin0Rebel @Minghowriter Fyi, best to use "noop" (gray) rules instead of "allow" (green) rules to… https://t.co/3fVrrq7OMu @Rhin0Rebel @LittleGravitas @JolyonMaugham @Minghowriter https://t.co/BQRyLHuWMZ is a public suffix as per… https://t.co/OQ7ih4kiIA
9/11
2019
@Scott_Helme The "problem" is extracting EasyPrivacy filters, changing their semantic and then using them in a way… https://t.co/War9DHeX2v @Scott_Helme That's the use case of EasyPrivacy https://t.co/VrFPJYnDVP: "The links listed below allow you to sele… https://t.co/0GOSjnKod2 @Scott_Helme I don't see the site being broken with EasyPrivacy enabled. Requests to `report-uri .com` were not blo… https://t.co/cSP9xhskrC @Scott_Helme The question is why should EasyPrivacy modify that filter? it's working perfectly as intended as it is… https://t.co/wyp81TaHeE @Scott_Helme I fail to understand the issue here. EasyPrivacy blocks `report-uri .com` only when it's used as 3rd-p… https://t.co/gPIMCsuFZmhttps://t.co/p0pdONSd4r
9/3
2019
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9/1
2019
Many thanks @LissaKJohnson for explaining, as a clinical expert, the psychological effects of #Assange's prolonged… https://t.co/MiiYxVUiOE
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8/30
2019
@shhnjk How about now? @shhnjk Can you direct message?
8/27
2019
@MatsSvensson @jonathansampson Firefox's tracking protection kicks in after extensions, thus after uBO. uBO does no… https://t.co/JSUPp4Y1vQ
8/26
2019
If you keep searching using "secure download ltd", "nextad media group", or any of the other linked companies, you… https://t.co/DEmEswh3XPAs per GitHub, Adblocker Ultimate is from "Secure Download Ltd". I found a Bulgaria commercial registry for that co… https://t.co/i19nYbVBEDActivity in issue tracker -- Adguard left, AdBlocker Ultimate right. (AdBlocker Ultimate's activity fits in one pic) https://t.co/58ZDHMvXEJFirst page of commit history -- Adguard left, AdBlocker Ultimate right. (AdBlocker Ultimate's history fits in one p… https://t.co/IsCzhrp3AMOverview of commit history -- Adguard left, AdBlocker Ultimate right. https://t.co/qanhSieiQ9Adblocker Ultimate shouldn't be recommended because it does not pass cursory assessment of ethical behavior. It's e… https://t.co/B6dHj29iEsThe major issue is the lack of good policies/enforcement in extension stores, and unethical behavior should not be… https://t.co/nEv053RhHOMeanwhile, you are going to be told that the blocking ability of the webRequest API -- *key* to create competent bl… https://t.co/zCU3YKoTKWOn *ethical* grounds, AdBlocker Ultimate should not be a recommended extension, it's essentially someone parasitizi… https://t.co/AMjdVzHqy0Some extensions from the DataSpii saga -- https://t.co/KEqlGMuE3q -- have been using this "feature" -- so, safe to… https://t.co/5sAeL52KJkIn the same vein, there is a *2-year old* Chromium issue about extensions being able to execute remote code without… https://t.co/dHUfNzAJvmSo a week ago or maybe more I filed an issue at https://t.co/pCr4yTy537 about their policy of forbidding 'unsafe-ev… https://t.co/MBe3CRhKhLI reported this one and others weeks ago because of remote code execution ability, using the "Report this add-on fo… https://t.co/A1FPfPfmAQ
8/25
2019
People are deliberately starting fires in the #AmazonRainforest to illegally deforest indigenous land for cattle ra… https://t.co/6I73qzmsGC
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8/21
2019
@WhatTheBit @SwiftOnSecurity Built-in content blockers can't beat an army of volunteers every day addressing filter… https://t.co/IGJRGDcHSMUpdate: https://t.co/eLRKuohZot @SwiftOnSecurity It's a rip-off of an old AdBlock version. Removed: GPL license/copyright notices. Added: permiss… https://t.co/U2coV5NPtM @Pythux @pgl This shouldn't be an immediate issue, worst is the list won't update until the server is fixed.
8/17
2019
@techvenkat Following filters should be more resilient (remove backslahes): twitter\.com##[aria-label$="trending n… https://t.co/dWKXuPwY7o @jamie_gaskins How sure are you about this? I can't reproduce such issue with uBlock Origin. Can you provide an exa… https://t.co/4an8jmAdmG
8/16
2019
@Muthoga_Jay @Chap_Dee https://t.co/oZFFGdZzVn
8/14
2019
@NonDemNonRepub The filter is a cosmetic filter, uMatrix does not support cosmetic filtering, only hostname- and type-based rules. @LisaDL_H @CarterCarter @smitajamdar @PissedOffTory Just enable Fanboy Annoyances and/or AdGuard Annoyances under t… https://t.co/rRG4sgeE8M
8/13
2019
Many are wondering how to remove "Trend" and "Who to follow" from new Twitter UI. This still works in uBlock Origin… https://t.co/pNdu9z0AbG
8/12
2019
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8/11
2019
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8/7
2019
@techvenkat This works on my side (remove backslash): twitter\.com##.r-1ovo9ad ~ *
8/5
2019
Authors who nurture the confusion with such mistake highlighting lack of basic research get a share of the blame wh… https://t.co/qklr1hQtoESerious mistake in your article @maxwillens: https://t.co/gyYi9RVhxj You confused "uBlock Origin" (w/ more than 15… https://t.co/ayq13IaQLv @gregoralbrecht @statcounter Using uBO's logger I don't see any CSS resource blocked by uBO with default lists -- t… https://t.co/m0syqoNCjV
8/2
2019
Google’s plans for Chrome extensions won’t help security—but they will crush innovation around privacy and security. https://t.co/53tHSIbyBI
Retweeted by R. Hill
8/1
2019
@eigenbom @GnaelMail Can you be more specific -- how is it broken? All seems fine here with default lists.
7/31
2019
@MichaelEMann @medialens @Reuters Correction: It's @Matthew__Green (2 underscores), not @Matthew_Green
7/29
2019
@DanielMicay The Tor browser not packaging a content blocker other than NoScript is not a validation of the stateme… https://t.co/GYCJ8VOlma @DanielMicay As said, I need well researched references that reducing exposure to as many 3rd parties as possible d… https://t.co/Cx0cBREjmV @DanielMicay You said "in general extensions reduce privacy", I responded to this. And how do you know "it doesn't… https://t.co/NXXu1HDnUa @DanielMicay I disagree with this take. There is "the site" and there is all the 3rd parties "invited" by "the site… https://t.co/DwyJEXWRiW @funnymonkey @edifiedlistener Since September of last year; release notes: https://t.co/EWYB8CP5Oi @funnymonkey @edifiedlistener Fyi, uBO comes with a JavaScript blocker, see: https://t.co/VoOBjlAAiA
7/27
2019
Why is @firefox recommending an extension which seems to be a copy-pasting from another extension and potentially i… https://t.co/7y8NO6Gyk3
Retweeted by R. Hill @Pythux @firefox @AdBlockUltimate And I had reported it nearly two years ago: https://t.co/Q9IKTPJ6yK
7/25
2019
@DotProto The remote code execution issue you mentioned could have been closed years ago, there was no need to wait… https://t.co/e55YwUBn5uThis is wrong. Forbidding remote code execution could have been enforced years ago and can still be enforced right… https://t.co/4YWG1t7gaw
7/24
2019
@jaraparilla @wikileaks Maybe you are thinking of this: https://t.co/YZUYs56tST Though it concludes: "It is far… https://t.co/aZJhpBpV7g @jaraparilla @wikileaks Here is an example of redactions: https://t.co/3jGbjQl2Ce The diff'ed cable itself:… https://t.co/WBXQCCH3Ly
7/23
2019
@arw @sephr @sirdarckcat I was never looking for a VRP reward, since remote code execution is already possible and… https://t.co/y7LKklwDxt
7/22
2019
@sephr I am an outsider, I don't think I can tell them what to do. In my opinion, hiding it does not accomplish bec… https://t.co/psIGn955MS
7/21
2019
@MelissanityOW The official Twitter filter looks for "Promoted". See if this works (add to "My filters", remove spa… https://t.co/1eaJSYOnDp
7/20
2019
Regarding a tweet I made yesterday: https://t.co/uU1dhyhrPI Correction, see: https://t.co/R5DiFNkxUI
7/19
2019
Never install an extension declaring `unsafe-eval`/`unsafe-inline` in its manifest.json file.Nowadays it's best to presume the world wide web is highly hostile to users, and installing a *trusted* content blo… https://t.co/slYFjIdJqwMeanwhile, ignoring the more important issue of remote code execution in extension context opens the door to dubiou… https://t.co/O4SxQWunzTNot only extensions with remote code execution ability are free to exists in the Chrome Web Store, users are not sp… https://t.co/C9yiyBJ8bsWhile the blocking ability of the webRequest API is used as a scapegoat, the bigger issue is extensions giving them… https://t.co/CjMvyBHDuZSo something is not being said in this article and the report makes no mention of this either: For an extension to… https://t.co/xMdQRBZimyThere is a crucial element missing in the article below: how were the extensions able to execute remote code in the… https://t.co/2bjZEdTGM6
7/18
2019
@superevr Try "Fanboy Annoyances" and/or "AdGuard Annoyances" under the "Annoyances" section in the Filter Lists pa… https://t.co/qPVHyfQlZN
7/16
2019
Top Assange Defense Account Deleted By Twitter "This account’s deletion is just the latest in a long string of app… https://t.co/4WBKbSMAQR
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7/13
2019
@techvenkat Yes, I've seen this. I have been wondering though how AdBlock dit get better results than Adblock Plus… https://t.co/DBLbbv5I3H
7/12
2019
@jaraparilla No clip but here is a direct link to the part: https://t.co/1SbI1QubWb Julian Assange is given as an… https://t.co/9n1TUgTJ66 @Animae29751882 @suigenerisjen @DoughtyStIntl @nytimes @washingtonpost Her speech starts at 23m 40s. Wikileaks mentioned at 30m 40s.
7/10
2019

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