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Why Stack Overflow doesn’t care about ad blockers: This is how online advertising should be done.
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+Tadej Marko I feel the same way, ads only interfere and take up resources.
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Beware SourceForge, and pretty much any other free Windows download site, really.
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Looking for a way around Forbes anti-adblock warning? Try these. This has been a PSA from AdBlock.
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How to prolong your phone's life in a power outage
Tips from tech columnist Rob Pegoraro on how to prolong a smartphone's battery life in a power outage.
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Turn it off. Use when you really really really have to. So, turn it OFF.
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An update to the Malware Protection filter list caused YouTube to flake out today. The list maintainers quickly corrected the problem and released an update. To get it, just refresh your filter lists. (AdBlock button > Options > FILTER LISTS, "update now")

More details here:
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Ty hovno rakouské já ti dám že to je super aby ti mamu zajel slon
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Watch out, scammers are using Comcast's Xfinity search page to serve THREE kinds of malware. Read http://buff.ly/22Zm1j5 for details, but here are the basics on how to protect yourself. Note, you should be using these precautions EVERY TIME YOU GO ON THE WEB. No exceptions!

From the KnowBe4 blog, based in turn on the Malwarebytes security blog. Feel free to repost to your friends, family, and followers.

More and more, legit-looking advertising served on major websites turns out to be malicious. Bad guys pay for and posts ads that they hope you will click on. But if you click on those ads, you get redirected to a compromised website. That malicious site might infect your computer with ransomware, and/or display popups that claim your PC has a virus and tell you to dial a toll-free number. If you call that number it will be answered by scammers who claim they are Microsoft but will try to charge your credit card to fix your computer. What to do? You need to stay vigilant at all times and "Think Before You Click":

* Don't click on links in emails but go to the website you want to visit using your browser.
* Do not click on display ads on websites but go to the website you want to visit using your browser.
* If you get popups that claim your computer has a virus and you need to dial a toll-free number, close your browser, and if this happens in the office, call the IT helpdesk.

In the office, IT will update your computer with the latest versions of software, but at the house you also need to update your applications to their latest versions. If you don't do that, and you wind up on a compromised website, it will try to install malware on your computer. Remember, both in the office and at the house, you need to "Think Before You Click".
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Or just use Adblock and never have your startup/homepage set to a site associated with your ISP/browser. Seriously, I just set my homepage to Google.
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Why you should be very, very careful when you download Windows software. It's a jungle out there.
Windows software downloads are a mess. Many programs try to drag adware and other malicious junk onto your computer. Even safe programs we test sometimes turn to the dark side and start bundling junk later.
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Unless you play video game or must use the Adobe suite, there isn't much reason for web browsers and Netflix watchers not to be on Ubuntu.
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Here’s what happens when you install the Top 10 buff.ly/1xX5Xje apps
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AdBlock: A Grim Demise for Online Advertisers?
As AdBlock threatens online advertising, we identify solutions to help marketers navigate the post-adblockalypse world and prevent an interruption in ROI.
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Fuck online advertisers, I'm sick of ads popping up in my face every time I click on an article, having to wait to skip ads on youtube, etc. Thats why I have AdBlock. Now we need an ad blocker that doesnt require a rooted phone.
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Security experts recommend using an ad blocker. Sorry, content providers, users just can't risk allowing your ads. http://buff.ly/1S7oDGe

(The gory details are available on the Malwarebytes blog at http://buff.ly/1S7oDWL)
Are you blocking online ads yet? Perhaps you should.
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+Sani singh ummmm well ghjkdfhgfnbmdfghidfbkmbnkjdfghlbndf;9oyij95687065894309873490nbfjghkjdfhjn there beat that
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“Content creators who continue to use the bully pulpit to shame users into disabling ad blockers should really take aim at the advertisers themselves.” We couldn't have said it better ourselves. http://buff.ly/200oszn
Is using ad blocking software stealing or is it a sound security practice? On one hand, many websites and content creators make money from advertising.
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+J Gottlieb  yes that is a virus. Your browser has full blown AIDS.... no longer HIV when you had Adblock :(   you should have worn protection !!!
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Ad blockers: first line of defense against a malware epidemic
Forbes asked readers to turn off ad blockers then immediately served them pop-under malware
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