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Discussion in 'Straight Adult Websites' started by D_kutecuyug, Jan 30, 2010.
Im well sick of them!!!
PS I use firefox
get adblock plus from https://addons.mozilla.org/sv-SE/fi...pid=1&lver=3.6&atype=0&pp=20&pid=5&sort=&lup= instal restar browser and when it restarts you can ad a filter from a list, use usa filter myself.
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.
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.
god damn eh, they are annoying as fuck eh
Tick 'block pop up windows' box
That should be all you need to do i would have thought, i never get them.
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.
All I can tell you is watch for them and have fast hands to click them out when they pop up.
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.
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.
Yes! Livejasmin and PartyPoker are the worst culprits. Can you configure Adblock Plus to kill these blasted pages before they pop up?
ban this lier.