Starting with version 2.5 of eBlocker we provide:
In the eBlocker settings for each device you can now select which Blocker method you want to use. Additionally you can also select whether the Malware & Phishing Blockers are activated, or not, on a per device basis. Below we describe the different Blocker methods in more detail. To review the current Blocker methods visit the menu: “eBlocker Settings > Blocker”
We recommend setting “Automatic” for the Blocker method. The eBlocker can then automatically decide which Blocker methods should be used for this device.
With this blocker mode, the eBlocker blocks trackers and tracking ads based on domain queries. This means that the eBlocker is blocking the device, or the browser, from reaching a specific domain. It does not matter whether the domain can be reached via HTTP or HTTPS protocol.
This block method is very popular since it blocks trackers and tracking advertisements.
With this blocking mode the eBlocker blocks trackers and tracking advertisements based on patterns. The eBlocker analyzes the website and searches for known patterns in the source code of the website. In order for the eBlocker to analyze all websites, the eBlocker HTTPS function must be activated and the eBlocker certificate must be installed for each device.
The term malware refers to computer programs that have been developed to perform unwanted and possibly harmful functions.
The term phishing refers to an attempt to access the personal data of an Internet user via, for example, websites.
The eBlocker can protect you with his Malware & Phishing Blocker from accessing such websites.
April 2021: Gute Neuigkeiten eBlockerOS 2.6 veröffentlicht & Q1 Spendenziel erreicht