Adblock requires telling ain't training pdf an active user interaction to generate a considerable initial database (mine contains about 100 entries, including statistics sites but after a few days of building it on the run I found that nowadays I almost never see a banner, ad or popup window.
But it doesn't find anything.
These are dhtml scripts that create floating windows and also slip past popup blockers.
Also, NoScript is a great FF add-in.Also, I have picked up some uninvited adware whilst visiting Maxthon and associated sites - have you or anyone else likewise?That is because I run it with lower rights (since Michael Howard recomended safer technology).While the dhtml Editor ActiveX control might have been the source of at least one of the popups Ive seen get through the blockers, theres a web page that will get popups past not only IE, but Firefox as well.
6/22/2005 11:19:00 PM by Anonymous # re: Popup Blocker?
In the reference it breakups the word "script most likely to foil browser add-on script blockers.
Heres a Firefox developers blog posting about the problem.10/29/2005 3:50:00 AM by Scott # re: Popup Blocker?You might have to refresh a few times since the popup generation is random: m/dl/frt/S, this site uses a number of obfuscation techniques to hide whats happening.After I temp allowed jscript on the realtime site, FF caught the popup attempts and blocked them (I'm running.05).Before clicking on the link please note that the page only works on IE, theres no malware posted on the page and you can terminate the demonstration by closing any of the browser windows: ml, i was stunned (and a little amused).Rune 6/27/2005 7:22:00 AM by Rune # re: Popup Blocker?