Nathan576

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So unfortunately I have not been able to find a working ad block in safari, it keeps trying to take me to the App Store are use the crappy new ones that don't do a thing. When I try to install the original adblock it says "safari does not support unsafe extensions anymore" (I'm paraphrasing). Does anyone have a fix for this? I was really enjoying dark mode and suddenly I have ads all over.
 

Weaselboy

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I believe Mojave blocks all but the new "content blocker" type adblock extensions, so you will need to go with one of those.
 
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adrianlondon

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Nov 28, 2013
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Sure.

Just go here: https://safari-extensions.apple.com/details/?id=com.el1t.uBlock-3NU33NW2M3

Ignore the warning - it installs and works fine.

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MacBookSteve

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Jun 18, 2018
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So unfortunately I have not been able to find a working ad block in safari, it keeps trying to take me to the App Store are use the crappy new ones that don't do a thing. When I try to install the original adblock it says "safari does not support unsafe extensions anymore" (I'm paraphrasing). Does anyone have a fix for this? I was really enjoying dark mode and suddenly I have ads all over.

Wipr...

it's the only Adblock that anyone needs whether they're using / like it or not. It's the best.

Minimally invasive and "just works" in true Apple Fashion. No talent or knowledge needed.
 
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gsmornot

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Not exactly what you guys were looking for but I use whole house ad block with pfSense and pfblockerng. When away from the house I use an OpenVPN connection to route back through getting ad block on all my device as well as additional security. Saves the need to run a local ad block on all of your devices individually.
 
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