How does it compare to the adblock extension for Google Chrome? I ask because, while it appears to be working (on the dashboard it is marking up "blocked ad events" from right now), from a browsing experience it doesn't look like it.
What I mean is, on IE for example, I load up speedtest.net and the entire widget is surrounded by ads. Top, bottom, both sides. But on Chrome with the extension, only one on the top.
Same thing with youtube. If I navigate there on Chrome, no ads. If I use my mobile (connected to the same LAN), or use IE, or disable the adblock chrome extension, I get the ads in front of videos.
So what gives?
Like I said, on the dashboard it IS adding up ads that it blocks but just doesn't seem like it does an adequate job at all.
I read that untangle's adblock doesn't block https adds. Can it? When I first set up the untangle, it seemed to block all the youtube ads but no longer does. I have updated the ad list.
Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
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