Test Ad Block - Toolz
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Looking for an easy way to check the efficiency of your ad blocker?Toolz offers a simple and beautiful design test that allows you to quickly and easily test the performance ofcurrent ad/content blocker solution. Intuitive interface makes it easy to navigate and use,and the beautiful design ensures that the experience is visually appealing. With just a click, you can see how well the ad blocker is working and make any necessary adjustments.

I get 82% (27 not blocked. I use Firefox ESR with uBlock and Privacy Badger.

Porsche
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89% on Safari with Adguard extension.
100% on Orion with uBlock origin installed (funny enough, even without uBlock I get 100% using Orion’s built in content blocking)
100% on Brave
70% on Librewolf
39% on DDG browser

All tests done on macOS ventura.

100% with just uBlock Origin

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89% without @@*$redirect-rule in My Filters, 96% with it added. Just using uBlock Origin with all filters on regular Fennec for Android (Firefox stable fork), and dns.adguard-dns.com private DNS sprinkled on top. Getting rid of that redirect rule though since I’m guessing it’ll just cause breakage for me.

I added advice-ads.s3.amazonaws.com and ads.youtube.com to my ublock filter and those two still aren’t getting blocked, anybody know how fix? the other two sites I added block fine.

@pqpera@lemmy.world
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Wow I only get 62%. Using Vanadium on GrapheneOS over a network with DNS blocking.

DNS adblock will still not come anywhere close to a browser adblocking extension. They want to add content filters to Vanadium eventually though. But if you care about adblocking, Firefox is really the only way to go, and also doesn’t contribute to unhealthy Google monopoly.

@Samsy@lemmy.ml
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96%

Using mull+ublock for android on GrapheneOS with DoT on Adguard Home.

Interesting, I can’t block ads. youtube and ads.twitter but they are added into my blocking lists. Sus.

TheWoozy
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91% on Firefox for Android with I lock Origin and pfblockerng on my router.

91% on Chrome mobile behind PiHole. Fairly good for a minimum effort whole network solution.

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82% on Firefox mobile + ublock origin + adguard home inside Tailscale.

75% on Mull with Ublock origin… I need an alternative but I like Firefox.

91% On Firefox with Privacy Badger, Nord VPN, Ghostery, a DNS filter as well.

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93% on mobile (Firefox + ublock + pihole) 84% on desktop (Firefox + unlock + pihole)

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