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Sep
9
comment Unblocking at element-level in uBlock Origin
"begins logging only after it's opened": This is the efficient way to log. Logging events in the background unconditionally incurs a non-trivial CPU and memory cost to everybody, including those who will never use such feature. Efficiency is a primary feature of uBlock Origin, and everything is designed according to this. Hence the CPU and memory overhead of logging will be incurred only to those actually using the logger.
Aug
25
answered Wildcards in uBlock websites not working
Apr
5
answered Some images do not load in chrome, content security policy
Jun
9
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
16
comment Web browser | Disabling the download of arbitrary scripts
@allquixotic according to ABP documentation, blacklisting a whole page doesn't work, as the $document option is enforced only for whitelist filters. See adblockplus.org/en/filters#options . There is a blog post somewhere in which the author explains the rationale (it used to work in the past), but I didn't save the link.
Apr
16
comment Web browser | Disabling the download of arbitrary scripts
@allquixotic Except that with Adblock Plus, there will be a HTTP connection for the page itself, as the filters work only for elements in the page, not the page itself. I was going to suggest Request Policy, but as far as I can tell, same problem.
Apr
9
answered Firefox/Chrome extension for setting multiple cookies at once from a string?
Jan
11
comment Why does Chromium connect to Google on startup?
If it is of any help, I wrote an extension with which a user can see (and optionally block) all net requests, including those made behind the scene like the above searchdomaincheck. Cookies can also be stripped from outgoing headers, etc. Name: HTTP Switchboard. Works on any Chromium-based browser.
Nov
9
awarded  Teacher
Nov
9
comment Is there a NoScript alternative for Google Chrome?
As of now, there is HTTP Switchboard (Chrome store or on github).
Nov
9
answered How can I disable HTML5 content in popular browsers like Firefox and Chrome?
Aug
17
asked Linux Mint 15: Share internet connection with subnet