Looking for website blocker preferrably free

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Bynary

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Used to have Malwarebytes and they had a section where you could put a domain name ans anything matching jus would no show up. Well no longer have that program but wonder if theres something similar?

I am currently experiencing a lot of ads, not malicious as far as I can tell but annoying. Its only on Chrome, FF does not have issues.

Any ideas? thanks
 

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You may also want to run a malware scanner to make sure Chrome or your computer hasn't been infected by adware/malware. You could put Malwarebytes back on and do a scan.

If it's just the normal type of ads right on web-pages you can also get get a third party ad blocker like uBlock Origin that is available from the Google Chrome Store.
 
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If you have an adblock of any sort installed, and the ads are showing despite it, it is probably an adware, and you have to clean your browser/computer of it. So you can install the adblock first and check if the problem is solved. If not, run a scan.
 
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