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SiCKX    390

Is there any way to make this thing stop from popping up, aside from disabling uBlock? this has been bothering me since forever and my search gave no results.

 

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goretsky    987

Hello,

 

What happens when you click on the "Permanently" button at the bottom of the window?

 

Regards,

 

Aryeh Goretsky

 

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+BudMan    3,337

Well if you click the little filters link you would see why its blocked

! https://www.reddit.com/r/uBlockOrigin/comments/7kg792/need_help_blocking_this_persistent_ad/
nwanime.tv##+js(abort-current-inline-script.js, MutationObserver, 676574456c656d656e747342795461674e616d65)
||nwanime.tv^$csp=script-src 'self' 'unsafe-inline' 'unsafe-eval' data: *.googleapis.com *.scorecardresearch.com *.disqus.com *.google-analytics.com
||2hanwriten.com^

To be honest vs unblocking it - I would look to see why you keep trying to go there..

 

Pretty sure that domain is not something you would want to access.  You prob infected with something if you keep getting pages pop up saying your blocked from going there..  Do a simple google for that 2hanwriten and all you find is how to clean up from malware, etc.

example

https://malwaretips.com/blogs/remove-2hanwriten-com/

 

Here is some info found

What Is 2hanwriten.com?

2hanwriten.com is a harmful advertising program. Once adware is installed it will change your browser home page and add a lot of annoying ads to it. It could be a challenge to entirely remove this virus because its components and files are saved to the registry. A typical example of obtaining virus to your PC is cases when you try to download a program or any other content from from a new source or any other resource offering free software. Adding malicious software into different software builds is probably a business of a website owner allowing him to earn more money. A downloader is an app providing a user with the necessary file, nevertheless it also installs various ad offers that are known to users: bad software with irritating ads popping up in a browser, redirected links, programs that change homepage in the browser and so forth. 2hanwriten.com belongs to this kind of programs.

 

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SiCKX    390

If I click permanently it will always allow the site that's blocked, obviously.

 

I want this specific notification page gone, it's not about accessing the blocked site. So let uBlock stop the blocked site without telling me every time it did so.

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+BudMan    3,337

That is not how it works ;) You need to stop your machine from going there!!  Since you shouldn't be going there unless your freaking infected!!!!

 

That block is different than just not loading some add on another site... Your browser specifically tried to go there.. Which it shouldn't be doing..  Unless your clicking something - which don't click on it.. Or your infected.  Clean your infection and you will stop getting the warnings.

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Circaflex    3,478

You can turn off that specific filter, but I wouldn't recommend it. Or you can switch to another adblocker that doesnt present windows like this. Another user on this forum asked the same question and there wasnt really a solution to disable the window from appearing.

 

 

 

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The page itself has the solution: there are buttons in there which offers you to disable temporarily or permanently the whole page blocking (aka "strict blocking") for the current site.

If exposing hidden redirects and not connecting at all to dubious sites is less important to you than a once-in-a-while-with-easy-temporary-or-permanent-remediation "annoyance", then the wiki documentation has the solution (add to the My rules pane):

no-strict-blocking: * true

 

 

Source: https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/wiki/Strict-blocking

 

 

However, I still do not recommend doing so, that window is generally a sign of a malware domain, which you wouldn't want to visit.

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