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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by jj1985, Oct 11, 2005.
Safari can block pop ups, but can it block pop unders?
I think it does most, but there are some new scripts out that have not yet been addressed... methinks... but somebody correct my ignorance on the subject
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It lets some pop-unders through, but they will probably have a fix for it in the next security update.
causes a pop under
oops blocker not turned on
Mac Daily News serves pop unders, too.
The advertisers come up with new ways to beat the blocker, Apple makes a fix, they figure it out again...wash rinse repeat.
Not for me with Safari 2.0.1 and Block Pop-Up Windows enabled.
I've gotten to the point of running DNS at my house, and answering for domains I don't want. Just point them to 127.0.0.1 and nothing goes.
No popup for me.
Travelocity uses pop unders on your first search. I never buy off them, only search for the airline with the cheapest fare, then head to their site and save myself the booking fee and pop unders.
gets me everytime with that damn pop-under.
Not getting anything with Safari 2.01 (412.5).