Is it possible to block those bloody livejasmin adverts ??!?!??!?!?

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  1. D_kutecuyug

    D_kutecuyug New Member

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    Im well sick of them!!! :mad:

    PS I use firefox
     
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    Was wondering about this myself.. Good info for FFox.
    I still use IE7 - just moved to a High setting in PopBlocker.
    Maybe it will do the same thing.. we'll see.
    :smile:
     
  4. stratedude

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    I use Mac and they pop under the window your on, so when i'm done I might have 3 or more running in the background. They suck bad.
     
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    god damn eh, they are annoying as fuck eh
     
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    Click 'Tools'
    Click 'options'
    Click 'content'
    Tick 'block pop up windows' box

    That should be all you need to do i would have thought, i never get them.
     
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    i also use a mac and when i go to quit the page, it says "there are more than one window open, are you sure you would like to quit Firefox?" and there are about 3 or more behind the main page. But, compared to how annoying the pop ups and spyware issues were on my pc. I don't mind dealing with a few pop ups on my mac. This things hasn't slowed down at all the 3 years i've owned it.
     
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    All I can tell you is watch for them and have fast hands to click them out when they pop up.
     
  9. kansan

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    I use opendns. Does not stop popups but does block the content and redirect to a harmless page.

    OpenDNS is a free and does not put any software on your computer.

    Here is how it works. Ordinarily, when you browse the internet, your computer is constantly querying a Domain Name Server to get the IP addresses that matches the URLs. The domain name server is a designated IP address in your network settings.

    With OpenDNS, you just switch DNS IP addresses, then you start a free account with openDNS. They have an immense liibrary that catagorizes URLs. On your account, you tell them what you want to happen if it detects that a query comes from your particular computer. I tell them that on my home computer, I don't want to go to known phishing sites, known malware sites, and also dont want to go to livejasmin.

    I run some semi-public computers at my job. I have them set up so that they do not go to porn sites as well. I obviously have nothing against porn, but careless people often catch malware at porn sites. I hate cleaning up malware.

    Since I have started using it about 2 years ago, I have never had to fix one of those computers.
     
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    Another way is to edit the hosts file on your PC and what ever the server name is (this of course only works if they use a generic URL (www.xxx-site.com) and not something like (servera4v8w5.xxx-site.com.). Point that www.xxx-site.com to 127.0.0.1 and you'll never have that page load again. Pop-up might happen, but it won't load anything.
     
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    Yes! Livejasmin and PartyPoker are the worst culprits. Can you configure Adblock Plus to kill these blasted pages before they pop up?
     
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    ban this lier.
     
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