AAK-Cont

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Anti-Adblock Killer Continued

https://xuhaiyang1234.gitlab.io/AAK-Cont/
Anti-Adblock Killer Continued

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AAK-Cont is reaching End-Of-Life unless we can find a new maintainer!

Anti-Adblock Killer Continued (AAK-Cont) helps you keep your Ad-Blocker active, when you visit a website and it asks you to disable.

AAK-Cont is based on uBlock Protector (by jspenguin2017) and Anti-Adblock Killer (by Reek).

Composed of a user script (aak-cont-script-ubo.user.js) written in javascript and filter lists (aak-cont-list-ubo.txt for uBlock Origin and aak-cont-script-notubo.user.js for other blockers using the same syntax as lists AdBlock and AdBlock Plus), the two are complementary and unlock different website.



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