October 3, 2009 · General · Email This Post

Adblock Plus is an extension for Firefox, Thunderbird, and several other applications with the primary goal of removing advertisements. For that, it will look at all requests made by web pages and block the request if the address the request should go to matches a filter in Adblock Plus. Out of the box, Adblock Plus comes without any filters whatsoever but will offer to add a filter subscription on first start — that is a list of filters maintained by other Adblock Plus users and will be updated automatically regularly.

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7 Comments to “Adblock Plus – Firefox Add-on”

  1. kenbw2 says:

    No offence, but surely any firefox user knows about adblock already?

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  2. Bird says:

    Yea this was news about 7 years ago.

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  3. rigar says:

    Try foof Firefox addon lighter weight and works great

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  4. karlzt says:

    i guess this was posted because the ad-block plus in the repositories is outdated

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  5. Boy25 says:

    This is completely preposterous, the idea that somehow what is happening at Guantanamo and other facilities, if we make nice with these fellows, they will suddenly start observing the rules of the Geneva Convention. ,

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  6. confused says:

    What has “Guantanamo and other facilities” got to do with ad blocking??

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