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Yahoo ad

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    • Hey
    • 1 yr ago
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    That's an ad such as YouTube ads so you can't exactly block it without blocking the entire domain, if you use Yahoo a lot, you can use Firefox as it has add-on support for Mobile and PC you should be able to use uBlock or Adguard extensions to get rid of the few ads that can't be blocked with DNS.

    • Wolf
    • 1 yr ago
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    Can you use dynamic filtering in uBlock Origin on mobile? 

      • Hey
      • 1 yr ago
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      Lone Wolf I honestly don't know as I don't use Firefox, it's a great browser and I especially like the auto-deletion of history/cookies etc but since I use Google's Password manager as it's far better than anything that's free imo I stick with Google.

      You should be able to ask them about it on their Reddit and see the response there but yeah, it should still remove basically every other leftover ad from your browser, personally I don't use it as it's an additional layer to maintain but it's useful.

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