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Re: rarbg.to

Post by darkblue » Thu Nov 02, 2017 2:12 pm

Thanks for the info, @smed79.

It's just that, with uBO 1.14.16 with its default settings (Firefox 56.0.2 -even in a clean FF profile, with only uBO installed-),
I never get the popup entry (your screenshot) in uBO logger,
whatever rarbg.to page I may open, and even if I reload the pages bypassing cache (Ctrl+F5).
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Post by intense » Thu Nov 02, 2017 2:21 pm

@darkblue Did you try the filter above ? still working:
rarbg.is##script:inject(abort-on-property-read.js, _wm3)

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Post by darkblue » Thu Nov 02, 2017 3:46 pm

@intense, I just tried it (changing in it rarbg.is to rarbg.to, and inserted it on top of the other related filters), but it doesn't block anything as I see in uBO's logger.

I mean, that, in rarbg.to, with uBO's default settings and filters, without ANY custom filters,
the script

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https://dyncdn.me/static/20/js/expla60.js
gets blocked by EasyList,
and there are no popups/popunders/redirections/absolutely no problem.

BTW, I just tried various pages in rarbg.is, which is a working mirror, not a dummy non-working one,
and noticed that

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https://dyncdn.me/static/20/js/expla60.js
is not blocked.
That is because in the relevant rule in EasyList:

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||dyncdn.me/static/20/js/expla*.js$domain=rarbg.to|rarbg.unblocked.work|rarbgmirror.com
the 'rarbg.is' is not contained. I'd suggest that you added it.
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Post by intense » Thu Nov 02, 2017 3:50 pm

The filter above rarbg.is##script:inject(abort-on-property-read.js, _wm3)
is an injecting filter which for now is not showed in uBo (it wasnt implemented yet).

If I delete all the cookies for rarbg.is - without the filter - I get popups.
With the filter is all ok.

What is your issue ? Deleting cookies / local storage for that site, and using my filter, do you still get popups ? or what ?
Don't use other custom filters.

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Post by darkblue » Thu Nov 02, 2017 4:15 pm

Thanks for the info, I didn't know that injecting filters are not showed in uBO's logger. And hadn't tested it with deleting all cookies (I edited my last post).
So, with that filter (removed all others), all is well.
Thank you.

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Post by intense » Thu Nov 02, 2017 4:18 pm

for the injecting filters in the logger see this issue:
https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/issues/2877

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Post by omano » Fri Nov 03, 2017 4:48 am

Thank you guys, I can confirm that smed79's filter correctly block the random ad reloading itself in the page. I don't really need to read comments on the site so I'll keep it like that by changing the domain. Thanks :)

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Post by omano » Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:46 am

omano wrote:
Fri Nov 03, 2017 4:48 am
Thank you guys, I can confirm that smed79's filter correctly block the random ad reloading itself in the page. I don't really need to read comments on the site so I'll keep it like that by changing the domain. Thanks :)
edit: Finally I'm using this filter to block the js:
/^https?:\/\/(www\.)?dyncdn\.me\/static\/20\/js\/(?!(behavior2|comments2|rating2|scrollspy|jquery))(.*)/$script

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