Ad Muncher

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by DVD+R, Jan 17, 2014.

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  1. cognac

    cognac Registered Member

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    Can you list those 21 malware sites and offer any info how in the first place an attempt was initiated from your system to those malware sites?
     
  2. JRViejo

    JRViejo Super Moderator

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    cognac, that would be against our Terms of Service, and the post would be removed. Just FYI as a new Member.
     
  3. g4v1n

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    I am being dramatic? o_O I've only mentioned the lack of https support here, not single word about my security or browsing setup, so stop spreading lies.

    Nice to hear that Chrome works for you, but don't assume it's a solution for everyone. I bet many people would rather change their adblocking software than their favorite browser.

    At least we agree on one thing. As for the rest, we are here to discuss about Ad Muncher, let's try to stay on the topic.

    Maybe minor details for you...

    Google search, gmail, youtube, social media all have ads, online shops like to promote brands on their website, even banks promote their own stuff. :isay:
     
  4. cognac

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    Sorry didn't realize that :ouch:
     
  5. Why is IE11 an issue, just use the Tracking Protection List of adblock o_O
     
  6. WSFuser

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    Well if IE11 happened to be your primary browser and you bought Ad Muncher to block ads, you would find it no longer blocking ads. You would have to either switch browsers or switch ad blocking methods. If you choose the latter, it would be somewhat a waste to run/have Ad Muncher unless you also need to block ads in a different browser/app.
     
  7. DoctorPC

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    1) Lots of people use IE11+. It's actually pretty decent, and well integrated into Windows 8X.
    2) Admuncher is sold based on the premise it works under IE. Which it doesn't.
    3) Admuncher doesn't work in Windows 8 APP's, that means no ads filtered within Metro tiles. Adguard with WFP does filter those.

    Given the plethora of HTTPS pushed ads, sites moving to HTTPS. Admuncher is becoming more useless by the day. As it is right now, I cannot see there even being a use for it. One relative I let use my license emailed me asking why he is spammed with Facebook and Myspaces advertisements. It's really not a good situation, and they've had years to fix this.
     
  8. Sordid

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    Yeah, Doc

    We heard you the first 40 times. Even right after you bumped this thread with repetitious "MAC" info.

    & just curious. How would that work? The "MAC" user sees Safari...ignores the system requirements and the rolls WINE to mount the exe? Then just rolls over and doesn't use the trial or waits three years before asking for a refund like you did??

    You "banked" on the product. You "invested" in a lifetime licence. Your words.

    Protip: If you wanted v5, you could have waited for v5 until the cash left your wallet. I suggest you look at this way if entertaining AM. TEST then buy or wait for the necessary features to come into fruition.

    But you saw value then (years ago) and why you bought it per all your praises on the first page. & now that your cash value is eroded with slow dev we get to hear you parrot non-https, gzip, ie11, apps, and "MAC" while shilling Adguard.

    Yeah, we get it. Your motivations are clear. You're not helping anyone anymore--you're helping yourself.
     
  9. ronjor

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    This thread is going nowhere. Time out. Contact a moderator or administrator if there are any questions.
     
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