AdGuard Browser Extension 4.2.228
Release date: November 27, 2023
AMO: In review
We're releasing this hotfix to solve one very important issue with cosmetic rules logging.
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.2.226
Release date: November 22, 2023
This is another update aimed to fix bugs left over from the v4.2 release. We've solved some of the memory leak issues with tabs open for a long time, reduced the time to apply rules on a webpage, not to mention other minor and less significant tweaks. Also, the AdGuard Browser Extension is now available in Macedonian — thanks to our contributors!
Added Macedonian localization #2574
remove-node-textscriptlet does not work on the first visit to the website #2505
Filtering log collects logs even when closed #2544
Ads are not removed on the first visit to 'pikabu.ru' #2571
Cannot add a custom filter list with a
The AdGuard settings… option is located in the context menu on the extension's settings page and leads to itself #2258
zh-CN localized metadata is used for zh-TW UI language #2504
The Report an issue form incorrectly identifies the browser #2250
The filtering log crashes when trying to create a blocking rule for the
Cannot open filtering log in the Firefox Mobile browser #2536
The extension logo is displayed incorrectly #2536
Scriptlets updated to v1.9.91
TSWebExtension (AdGuard Browser Extension filtering engine)
TSWebExtension updated to v0.4.6
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.2.209
Release date: October 31, 2023
The extension now runs more smoothly thanks to this minor update, which fixes a number of bugs.
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.2.208
Release date: October 25, 2023
Hopefully, this update will bring something nice into your everyday browsing — at least if you’re a YouTube or Android user.
Addressing YouTube’s ad blocker detection
Some users reported that AdGuard was detected on the YouTube website — they could not watch videos without disabling the extension. To address this issue, we’ve updated our scriptlets.
Adapting for Firefox on Android
Firefox for Android is making changes, and we’re keeping up. To continue working with Android, the extension for Firefox now uses event pages. But this change is rather unnoticeable.
Remove unclickable space between menu items #2198
Automatically fill out OS name and version when reporting incorrect blocking #2535
Labels of radio buttons and checkboxes are not clickable in the rule wizard #2204
Scriptlets updated to v1.9.83
Important for filter maintainers
!#elsepre-processor directive support #20
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.2.189
Release date: September 28, 2023
We continue to clean up the bugs left over from the v4.2 release. This patch addresses a number of issues mainly concerning filtering, which should now work smoothly.
The Proceed anyway button is not working for domain names above the second-level domains #2497
<AGPolicy>do not work correctly on websites with Trusted Types #2068
AdGuard Browser Extension doesn't inject scripts into frame in Firefox on welt.de #2190
Unable to apply rules to some
<iframe>HTML elements #2328](https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardBrowserExtension/issues/2328)
Unable to apply CSS rules inside
In the Filtering log, the tab selector is not updated according to the tab title #2428
Russian translation in Edge when installing AdGuard Browser Extension from Microsoft Edge Add-ons #2430
Filters activation issues #2431
$removeparammodified requests are not displayed in the Filtering log #2442
Some duplicates are retained when importing user rules #2446
The Filtering log crashes when trying to create an exclusion for a CSP rule #2448
A tab loading is blocked by
$popupmodifier rule on direct URL navigation #2449
Filtering log does not show applied Stealth mode options #2455
Invalid unblocking rule suggested in the Filtering log #2456
$removeparamrule triggers clearing of the Filtering log #2457
A webpage does not reload when the state of AdGuard is changed #2471
The logging of applied scriptlets fails to function when the Filtering log is open #2481
Unable to open the Filtering Log for the current tab from the extension popup if a different tab was previously selected in the Filtering Log #2482
Modified cookies requests aren’t marked as modified by Stealth mode rules #2487
$removeparamallowlist rules are not being logged
Filtering log crashes when unblocking scriptlet rule
AdGuard Browser Extension v4.2.168 is malfunctioning in Firefox for Android after an update #2501
Improved the description of optimized filters #2468
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.2.168
Release date: September 7, 2023
This hotfix addresses several issues and fine-tunes the extension for an even smoother browsing experience.
We’ve fixed the most important bugs so, among other things, all rules will now be applied correctly from the get-go and you’ll be able to keep track of blocked requests more accurately.
Specific rules not applied in the new tab on the first opening #2459
The number of blocked requests in the extension menu is less than in the filtering log — redirects are not counted #2443
Domains from the allowlist are not properly escaped before being passed into the regular expression rules #2461
Custom filter name is not shown in the filtering log #2454
Scriplets updated to v1.9.72
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.2.162
Release date: August 30, 2023
We have identified and fixed several critical bugs that were reported after AdGuard Browser Extension v4.2 for Chrome was deployed to 5% of our user base. These bugs were affecting the functionality of the extension and causing crashes for some users.
To address these issues, we have released a hotfix. We will continue to monitor the situation closely. If no further critical bugs are reported, we will gradually increase the rollout to all users.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to improve the extension.
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.2.151
Release date: August 8, 2023
The new version of AdGuard Browser Extension has undergone major changes that are not immediately noticeable. We’ve rewritten the whole filtering code in TypeScript and moved it into a new, separate library — this allows us to prepare the extension for a seamless transition to MV3.
A bit of background
Some time ago, we moved the extension's URL filtering engine into a separate library called
tsurlfilter. The main purpose of the library is to reuse the filtering logic in our products (browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox, rule converter for Safari, linter, etc).
tsurlfilterhad two main parts:
A filtering engine that matches URLs against the rules loaded into it
A Chrome- and Firefox-specific programming interface responsible for applying the rules found
With MV3, we need to maintain filtering code not only for different browsers, but also for different manifest versions, as well as provide a seamless transition from MV2 to MV3 as browsers remove the old API. We're in no hurry to move to MV3 right away as its API is very limited.
Adding new logic to solve this problem in
tsurlfilterwould have made the library too heavy, so we decided to design a new software platform that would hide the logic specific to different browsers and manifests behind a single and simple API. The new library was named
tswebextension, it will be easier to maintain and update our products.
In the new version of the Browser Extension for Chrome and Firefox, we’ve completely redesigned the background service using
tswebextension— this will allow us to seamlessly move to MV3 in Chrome in future major releases.
In addition, we’ve updated the AdGuard API that also uses
tswebextensionunder the hood.
Clicking any part of the item opens a dropdown list #2347
$methodmodifier to match requests by HTTP method
Reworked the rule prioritizing algorithm by adding more accurate calculation of weights for each rule type
Content scripts are injected into open tabs when the extension starts
Scriptlets are not displayed in the request details bar of the Filtering log #2341
Cosmetic rules are not applied on tabs deactivated by Chrome Memory Saver #2342
Incorrect query parameters are inserted into the bug report #2352
Custom filters aren’t updated #2356
Filtering log does not display event types #2366
The rule editor cannot be opened as a tab in the main browser window #2379
Background tab is absent in the Filtering log #2381
The pre-compiler hints and filter list sources for Edge and Opera are incorrect #2380
Browsing Security cache is not cleared #2388
Stealth Mode and Browsing Security are applied if AdGuard protection is disabled #2389
Cosmetic rules are visible in the Filtering log, even though they were not applied #2387
Fixed handling of document requests from external workers (e.g. Chrome’s omnibox)
Fixed element collapser adding redundant styles to the element
Scriplets updated to v1.9.62
tswebextensionupdated to v0.3.6
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.57
Release date: July 17, 2023
We’ve discovered that extension’s “Thank you” page became unavailable in some countries. This tiny update is aimed to fix it.
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.56
Release date: June 1, 2023
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.55
Release date: April 5, 2023
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.53
Release date: December 22, 2022
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.52
Release date: December 13, 2022
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.46
Release date: November 21, 2022
This update includes some improvements that make the extension more stable.
[Improvement] Updated ExtendedCss to v2.0.10
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.39
Release date: October 24, 2022
This AdGuard Browser extension release is minor, but it’s just as important: with each update, our extension gets better.
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.37
Release date: October 7, 2022
This small update doesn’t feature any big changes that catch immediate attention. It mostly consists of small improvements and scriptlet updates.
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.36
Release date: September 21, 2022
This release is another point on the roadmap of AdGuard Browser extension. It contains many minor changes: we improved the user interface, updated filters, translations, and CoreLibs, and fixed a few bugs. As you can see, the big journey can not only begin with small steps, but also continue with them.
[Enhancement] UI improvements to the custom filter editor #2125
[Enhancement] Reduced intensity of backlighting when hovering over buttons and tabs #2137
[Enhancement] Improved sidebar buttons and logo layout #2150
$objectmodifier does not work #61
cannot read propertieson tatacliq.com #2187
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.22
Release date: August 30, 2022
We've just recently released AdGuard Browser extension v4.1.19 and right away we noticed one nasty bug: the number of filtering rules was displayed incorrectly after updating the filter list. So we are releasing an update with this bug fix and some minor improvements.
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.19
Release date: August 24, 2022
The new version of AdGuard Browser extension 4.1.19 is now available. Install the update — it contains several improvements and bug fixes.
[Improvement] Added the links “Report a bug” and “Leave feedback” to General settings
[Improvement] Improved functionality of
cmd+f/ctrl+fcommands on the Settings and Filtering log screens #2161
[Improvement] Updated scriptlets to v1.6.39
[Fixed] Web pages are scrolled automatically when clicking “Check for filter updates” in the Firefox context menu #1645
[Fixed] The sidebar settings are located too close to each other and AdGuard logo it too small #2150
[Fixed] The “Update filters” button looks blurry and is smaller than other buttons on the extension popup #2151
[Fixed] The selected line is not highlighted on the “Details” screen in the Filtering log #2156
[Fixed] The rules for hiding elements are removed in Brave and Opera browsers #2169
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.1.1
Release date: August 4, 2022
We always want to make the interface even more user-friendly for you and the filtering more efficient. That's exactly what the new version of AdGuard Browser extension has to offer.
We've made a lot of fixes and improvements: for instance, we added the
Update filtersbutton directly to the extension pop-up.
[Enhancement] Added the
Update filtersbutton to the extension pop-up #1455
[Enhancement] Improved descriptions of the Stealth mode features
[Enhancement] Some areas of the Filtering log became clickable — now it’s easy to move one step back #2134
[Enhancement] Clicking a request in the Filtering log now opens the Request details #2136
[Enhancement] The elements of Filtering log are symmetrically #2088
:hoverelements became less contrast in dark theme #2137
[Enhancement] Improved readability in dark theme #2139
pingtype and pseudo-properties in the User rules editor
touch-actionproperty in the User rules editor
[Enhancement] Update the translations into Croatian #2113
scriptmodifier doesn't work alongside with
[Fixed] The rules with TLD (top-level domains) don't work in some cases #2037
$replacerule breaks video player in some cases #2038
[Fixed] The regex filter doesn't work in AdGuard Browser extension v4.0.161 #2042
$match-casemodifier doesn't work correctly #2049
[Fixed] Can't copy User rules in the AdGuard Browser extension for Firefox on Android 2065
[Fixed] Add permission to read and modify privacy settings when first enabling the
Block WebRTCoption #2074
$redirect-rulemodifier does not work correctly #51
[Fixed] The regex rule is not applied properly #52
[Fixed] Add an empty
$pathvariable for the main page only #54
[Fixed] Disable the
Check for updatesbutton when no filters are enabled #2108
[Fixed] Do not suggest to remove query parameters for cookie rules
[Fixed] The cursor is flashing when hovering over a row in the Filtering log table
[Fixed] The rule for hiding elements is not applied to all subdomains #57
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.0.204
Release date: July 12, 2022
When you use AdGuard, good news will be forthcoming. Meet the new release of AdGuard Browser extension. This version is entirely dedicated to fixing bugs which means it will improve your user experience.
For example, previously some scriptlets were displayed in the Developer Tools console even when the Filtering log was closed. Now this problem no longer exists.
See the full list of changes and upgrade to the latest version!
[Fixed] Some scriptlets are displayed in the Developer Tools console even when the Filtering log is closed #2104
[Fixed] Align the Apple logo with the axis of symmetry #2094
[Fixed] In the Russian localization the sentences are truncated #2092
[Fixed] Increase the contrast with a light theme enabled in the Filtering log #2091
[Fixed] Align sliders in Allowlist and User rules #2089
[Fixed] Corrected the translations of the days of the week #2087
[Fixed] Make the corners of the frames equally rounded in Advanced settings #2084
[Fixed] There are no separator lines in the context menu if it's opened by clicking the icon #2079
[Fixed] The AdGuard extension icon is missing in the Firefox browser tab #2062
[Fixed] Improve window-close scriptlet — use the browser extension's API #170
[Fixed] The AdGuard extension icon is missing in the mobile version of Firefox #2032
[Fixed] Horizontal stretching in the Filtering log doesn’t work correctly #2090
[Fixed] The Filtering log is not launching #2100
[Fixed] Automatic search initiation and pop-up keyboard interfere with smooth navigation #2117
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.0.181
Release date: June 3, 2022
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.0.171
Release date: May 25, 2022
As you can see from the changelog, this release cannot boast any epic changes: we have just fixed a few UI and UX related bugs. Nevertheless, every improvement is valuable because it brings AdGuard Browser extension closer to the ideal!
[Enhancement] The filter log window opens with the same size, position, and state (full-screen/not full-screen) as it was when it was previously closed #1125
[Fixed] The filter name and its description are too close to each other #2022
[Fixed] The 'Preserve Log' icon becomes inactive only after double-clicking #2052
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.0.163
Release date: April 12, 2022
This is a minor update following the major v4.0.161 one. You probably won't know the difference but that's okay — some updates go unnoticed.
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.0.161
Release date: April 5, 2022
In this version we fixed a truckload of bugs, elaborated the scrollbar design, and updated translations. This update is small but efficient.
color-scheme: dark;for post installation pages and scrolls #1408
[Enhancement] Scrollbar style #2010
[Fixed] CPU load increases on browser restart with open tabs
[Fixed] The text doesn’t fit in the button #2024
[Fixed] Filter description is too close to its title and info #2022
$replacerules do not work and are not displayed in the filtering log #2018
[Fixed] Circle around the protection switch blinks when hovering the cursor over it #2015
[Fixed] Firefox Nightly error #2011
[Fixed] Phishing pop up is displayed on all websites #2009
[Fixed] Edge offers to translate the settings page into Russian although it's already in Russian #2005
[Updated] Chinese translation #2029
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.0.141
Release date: March 18, 2022
You’ve probably had this happen: you’re going to a party, everything seems perfect, and just before you leave you notice a stain on your clothes. What would you do? Change your look, of course. Well, we’ve noticed a little “stain” on the v4.0.133 release too: some users were unable to remove a domain from Allowlist after the update. And we’ve decided to release a new version right away with this bug fixed.
[Fixed] Pause button not fully aligned to center #1994
[Fixed] User rules and allowlist box shrinks little to left #1995
[Fixed] Rules with
:where()pseudo class do not work #1998
[Fixed] Cannot remove a domain from Allowlist after update to v4.0 #2002
[Fixed] 'Learn more' button design on update popup
AdGuard Browser Extension 4.0.133
Release date: March 3, 2022
The AdGuard Browser extension 4.0 is not currently available to all users. The Chrome Store has approved a new version of our extension, but a phased release process is now underway: the version will be rolled out gradually by increasing the percentage of availability to users. Other stores (Microsoft, Opera Addons, AMO) are still reviewing it. If you don’t want to wait for the new version to arrive in the store, you can download it from GitHub.
Meet AdGuard Browser Extension v4.0! It’s not a mere update, but a major release that delivers a pack of new features to the users of the extension.
Code refactoring and new filtering engine
Refactoring has become sort of a buzzword that implies massive code rewriting, which we did to complicate our lives and make it easier in the long run. Besides, we added support for TSUrlFilter, our new filtering platform that implements AdGuard content blocking rules.
TSUrlFilter is a filtering engine. In AdGuard apps, its role is performed by CoreLibs, and if happen to read release notes, you must have heard about it more than once. TSUrlFilter is a rule application module that will be used in various projects, including AdGuard DNS.
We switched to responsive (or adaptive) design. That is to say, that interface elements will adapt to screen size both on desktop and mobile devices, regardless of the model.
This is convenient both for us, because we don't need to develop separate versions of the Browser extension, and for users — it's always nice when an app (or a browser extension, in the case given) looks good.
Redesign and new Filtering log
Now the filtering log not only сomplies with the principles of the responsive web design, its overall appearance has changed significantly. If you used the former filtering log, you'll be able to tell the difference: the new version presents searching in tabs, many new request statuses and filters that facilitate finding the needed requests. New filters and statuses are highlighted, and tooltips explaining each one pop up when hovering a cursor over them. Apart from that, you can preview requests and format them in the same dialog — clicking the "Beautify" button makes it easier to read these requests.
The editor in the User rules section can now be opened in fullscreen mode, which makes working adding, editing, and deleting filter rules much more convenient. Finally, there is a new action on the AdGuard Browser Extension popup that allows to reset all the user rules for the currently opened website in one fell swoop.
Besides, now the AdGuard Browser Extension features dark theme that everybody loves so much.
Support for new modifiers after switching to TypeScript
"What makes TSUrlFilter better than the previous filtering engine?" the most curious may ask. Probably, the main advantage is support of some new modifiers:
$denyallow. And the
$redirectmodifier has been significantly improved, so now all the
$redirectrules for a website can be cancelled by applying
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.6.17
Release date: December 24, 2021
In this version we've fixed only one, but nevertheless important issue.
[Fixed] Do not accept CSS rules with "image-set" #1920
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.6.16
Release date: November 25, 2021
We considered the latest update to be the last before the big 4.0 release. Well, we were wrong. Here is the last one (hopefully): some minor changes and scriptlets updates. Soon you all will become witness to something really epic!
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.6.14
Release date: October 22, 2021
This is the last update before the big 4.0 release coming this November. Wait a bit more and you’ll see how many changes it brings.
[Enhancement] Scriptlets updated
[Enhancement] Minor fixes
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.6.12
Release date: August 23, 2021
Psst, here is a BTS promo in the latest version of the AdGuard Browser Extension. Get yours updated! Don’t get overexcited though, BTS here stands for “back to school” and not what you thought, but it’s still cool, right?
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.6.6
Release date: June 3, 2021
This release is a hotfix for an issue that came up with the previous release.
[Fixed] $removeparam modifier must not remove search params from POST requests #1812
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.6.5
Release date: June 1, 2021
AdGuard Browser Extension v3.6.5 is released.
We’ve added support for the
$removeparammodifier which allowed us to get rid of the old Remove tracking parameters setting and add a new one that enables AdGuard URL Tracking filter. This will make deleting tracking parameters more flexible, so that everybody can create
$removeparamuser rules for their needs.
Moreover, in addition to “Do-Not-Track”, another signal appeared in the Stealth Mode settings — “Global Privacy Control”. These signals are sent to the websites you are visiting not to track you and to hide your search queries. Finally, we’ve added the birthday promo to the extension — AdGuard turns 12 on June 1!
[Added] Global Privacy Control signal in Stealth Mode
[Added] AdGuard URL Tracking filter
[Enhancement] Generic CSS exclusions disable matching CSS/elemhide rules on all domains #1801
[Enhancement] CSP reports to third parties and csp-reports containing moz://extension are blocked #1792
[Enhancement] Updated Scriptlets and redirects from v1.3.15 to v1.3.18
[Enhancement] Updated ExtendedCss from v1.3.10 to v1.3.11
[Enhancement] Portuguese and Portuguese Brazilian localizations are updated following the Portuguese Language Orthographic Agreement of 1990
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.5.34
Release date: March 23, 2021
Note: In progress on Chrome Store review.
Another small but important… Oh please, spare me this. The extension looks a bit brighter now that we have an Easter promo. And of course, the new version includes a basic starter pack of each release, big or small: we’ve updated filters, extended CSS to v1.3.10, scriptlets — to v1.3.15, and AdGuard Assistant — to v4.3.45. These are small preparatory steps for the coming update. Trust us, it’s going to be epic.
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.5.31
Release date: December 24, 2020
A small but important release. We’ve added a new pseudo-class :is() and upgraded extended CSS to v1.3.8. :is() is a CSS pseudo-class function that comes in handy for writing large selector lists more compactly. Now AdGuard AdBlocker extension supports this functionality.
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.5.25
Release date: December 14, 2020
Another brick in the wall: building our perfect browser extension. It seems that the few latest updates passed without notice – it’s no wonder ’cause we didn’t show to users any visible change. Yet, don’t let yourself be disappointed with the same old mantra: Scriptlets, Extended-CSS, and filters. They matter. So, we’ve updated Scriptlets to v1.3.13 and Extended-CSS to v1.3.6. AdGuard Assistant has been updated to v4.3.37. Plus, we’ve added new translations and filters to this version.
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.5.23
Release date: November 24, 2020
When you're on a journey to the perfect ad blocker, every step matters. Even if it's on the smaller size like today: in this update, we only touched on scriptlets and extended CSS optimization.
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.5.20
Release date: October 27, 2020
The new version of AdGuard AdBlocker extension has been released. We’ve updated the scriptlets, locales, and extended CSS — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. This beta harbours many secrets: many changes remained under the hood, but rest assured, they will improve the app’s performance.
[Enhancement] Scriptlets have been updated to v1.3.6
[Other] Localization issue #1678
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.5.12
Release date: August 17, 2020
The release of AdGuard AdBlocker extension v3.5.12 was preceded by four betas the version numbers of which look like Fibonacci sequence: 3.5.3, 3.5.5, 3.5.8 (and 3.5.12 falling out of line)… Seems like we’re getting close to the golden ratio! We hope that you’ll find the changes we made to the extension beautiful and well calibrated.
[Enhancement] Integration mode has been removed
[Enhancement] Filters metadata has been updated
[Enhancement] Scriptlets have been updated to v1.3
[Enhancement] Changed restrictions for CSS injection rules with
[Enhancement] All requests initiated by the browser extension have been sanitized #1647
[Enhancement] Changed the way Safebrowsing lookup API works #1648
[Fixed] Error with
set-constantcaused by non-existent chain property
[Fixed] adguard.configure callback does not apply rules #1607
[Fixed] Some requests blocking rules don't work correctly #1620
[Fixed] Cosmetic rules can be used as CSS rules #1624
[Fixed] Triggered scriptlet rules without domain restrictions are not displayed in filtering log #1637
[Fixed] Infinite pending request status on some web pages #1644
[Fixed] AdGuard v3.5 is not working on Firefox v54 and below #1674
[Other] Thai localization has been added #1590
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.4.19 Hotfix
Release date: April 8, 2020
In this small hotfix we update scriptlets and related metadata.
[Changed] Scriptlets have been updated to v1.1.13
[Changed] Scriptlets’ metadata has been updated
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.4.11 Release
Release date: March 26, 2020
This is a small update that fixes a few ad blocking- and networking-related bugs, as well as introduces some other minor improvements in UI and other areas.
$pingmodifier support #1584
[Fixed] Rules are not applied to websites with dot at the end of their domain name #1586
$3p,domain=rule works as CSP rule #1585
$badfiltermodifier doesn't work correctly together with
max-lengthset to 256KB for
[Fixed] Element hiding gets broken by an invalid element hiding rule #1554
$domainmodifier semantics #1534
[Improved] More modifiers’ aliases have been added #1592
[Fixed] “User rules” highlighting issue #1581
[Improved] Enabled filters have been moved to the top of the list #1259
[Fixed] Manual element blocker doesn’t work on a website #1540
[Fixed] Enabling “Send ad filters usage stats” breaks webpages on Edge Chromium #1561
[Added] Handling of the
adguard:subscribeprotocol for installing new filter subscriptions #1447
[Changed] “About” tab and the Settings footer have been updated #1579
[Changed] Update scriptlets to v1.1.9
[Fixed] Exporting/importing the whitelist creates duplicate entries #1531
[Fixed] Rules added via Filtering log are not visible in the already opened Filter editor #1410
[Fixed] Scriptlets are not validated before execution #1593
[Improved] Accessibility for visually impaired users #1456
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.3.8
Release date: January 17, 2020
Fixed an issue with AdGuard add-on running upgrade script even when the add-on was not actually updated.
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.3.6
Release date: December 24, 2019
A small update to enter the new year with a little bit less bugs :)
[Added] Default filters update period #1549
[Changed] Update localizations #1550
[Changed] “Get AdGuard for your mobile" has been hidden from the browser action on MS Edge #1543
[Fixed] Exception rules with
$popupmodifier don't work #1542
[Fixed] Stealth Mode accepts empty field as a valid value for cookies’ self-destruction time #1544
[Improved] Scriptlets library has been updated to v1.1 #1548
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.3.4
Release date: November 21, 2019
Today’s update is something in-between a hotfix and a regular release. It lacks in numbers of changes compared to some other versions, but isn’t a hotfix either as we don’t patch any specific bug. All in all, consider it a quality of life update.
[Added] Estonian and Hindi localizations #1497
[Changed] “AdGuard” to “AdGuard” in devtools browser tab #1509
$importantmodifier is now added when creating an exclusion for a rule with
[Fixed] Sometimes rules with
$popupmodifier don’t close popup windows #1519
[Fixed] Extra empty lines are added when pasting rules into the Filter editor #1517
[Fixed] Safebrowsing alert page is displayed in wrong language #1510
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.2.1
Release date: July 3, 2019
Your average grocery list is probably longer than this update’s changelog, but don’t let it fool you. We introduce two powerful new tools that are going to serve well to filtering rules creators and will noticeably improve the ad blocking quality.
[Added] Scriptlets support #1366
Scriptlets is a powerful ad blocking instrument. You can say that scriptlet is an internal script (a mini-program) that we install in the extension, and then execute that script with the help of filtering rules. Putting it simply, scriptlets allow us to modify how the code of the web page behaves. As for the practical use, this helps to block anti-ad blockers, for example.
$rewritemodifiers support #1367
They are practically the same modifiers, and they allow to substitute resources. If you are not a custom filtering rules aficionado, don't bother with it. Just know that it is yet another instrument in the hands of filter developers that helps efficiently block ads.
We should mention that both
$rewritemodifiers are still kind of working in test mode, but they are fully operational and you should feel free to use them.
[Changed] The browser action UI on internal browser pages #1433
[Changed] Manifest file has been updated #1419
[Fixed] CSS rules exceptions don't work #1412
[Fixed] "Allow search ads and websites' self-promotion" checkbox doesn't correlate properly with "Self-promotion" filter #1287
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.0.13
Release date: April 16, 2019
After a series of hasty hotfixes we are happy to finally do a full-scale release. It may be not the biggest AdGuard browser extension release of all times, but it’s something. Inside you will find some small-ish changes and of course more bug fixes! This time, they were not so urgent, though.
Changed] "Mobile ads filter" is enabled by default on the Firefox for Android #1307
$badfiltercollection passed to ReplaceFilter #1340
[Changed] Chinese date format is now used for filters' update time in Chinese interface #1322
[Changed] Manifest file now properly indicates the latest supported Chrome version #1134
[Fixed] "Add custom filter" button is shown in English after adding a custom filter #1356
[Fixed] "Remove X-Client-Data header" has been made specific to Google Chrome only #1362
[Fixed] “Thank you” page in Edge #1369
$stealthmodifier does not work in some cases #1342
BODYtag is ignored in the rules constructor in developer tools #1301
[Fixed] Comment symbol ! is applied as a URL blocking rule #1361
[Fixed] Enabled filters in turned off filter groups should be updated after the group is turned back on #1334
[Fixed] Incorrect automatic activation of the language-specific filters #1354
[Fixed] Language-specific filters are automatically activated even if the Language-specific filter group is disabled #1308
[Fixed] Last custom filters update check time is not saved #1347
[Fixed] Settings page in the extension doesn't wait until the extension is initialized before requesting information #1329
[Fixed] Standalone server breaks the extension's popup #1343
[Fixed] Strings alignment on the Settings screen #1360
[Fixed] The extension doesn't subscribe to the
abp:subscribe- type links in the iframe #1357
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.0.11
Release date: April 2, 2019
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.0.10
Release date: March 21, 2019
Turned out, we overlooked a couple of minor bugs and inconsistencies in the previous hotfix. Here's a quick fix to set things right.
[Fixed] Statistics flushed after browser restart (randomly) #1341
[Fixed] ExtCss DOM observer fails in Edge due to a "Syntax error" #1330
[Fixed] Extension doesn't search for other rules if first found rule matched with
[Fixed] User filter editor is often stuck in "Saving" state #1316
[Fixed] AdGuard extension does not properly show on Chrome 56 (winXP) #1315
[Fixed] AdGuard extension doesn't work in UC browser #1318
[Fixed] ExtendedCss recursively calls MutationObserver #1317
[Fixed] ExtCss DOM observer fails in Edge due to a "Syntax error" #1330
[Fixed] Extension doesn't search for other rules if first found rule matched with
[Fixed] User filter editor is often stuck in "Saving" state #1316
[Fixed] AdGuard extension does not properly show on Chrome 56 (winXP) #1315
[Fixed] AdGuard extension doesn't work in UC browser #1318
[Fixed] ExtendedCss recursively calls MutationObserver #1317
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.0.8
Release date: March 7, 2019
As they say, you can't have a good release without a hotfix. Or maybe they don't say that, but we sure need one.
In this update, we fix a particularly nasty bug that causes high CPU load because of some filtering rules.
AdGuard Browser Extension 3.0.7
Release date: March 6, 2019
New AdGuard Browser Extension follows the trends. As if ads were not bad enough, the web today is teeming with trackers. Big companies want to know everything about you, and AdGuard is here to stop it. The new Stealth Mode is designed specifically to protect your online privacy — an entire new module dedicated just for that. But that’s even not the first thing you will notice. Of course, the new design will steal the show. Let’s have a closer look.
[Improved] Renewed design
Fresh icon and menu designs that make interface more natural and user-friendly, with a big ‘On/Off‘ switch. Brand-new ’Statistics" tab creates charts based on your blocked ads statistics, with the ability to show different types of data: total, filter-specific etc.
Also worth mentioning is the User filter. It has undergone a few changes too. The new luminous element highlighting and auto-save function, as well as a unified text field for filtering rules should make editing more convenient. The text box can also be resized to your liking.
[Added] Stealth Mode #283
We took online privacy protection in our extension to the next level by adding the Privacy module, which until this day existed only in the standalone AdGuard for Windows app. Although it doesn’t have the full capabilities of its desktop parent yet, it still makes the extension all the more effective for protecting privacy against trackers and analytical systems. It already gives you a wide range of privacy-related options (each explained in the tooltip), but we will surely add more in the future updates.
[Added] Filter categories #1068
We changed the way in which the filters are presented to users. Instead of listing them all together, we combined the filters into semantic groups. Each group includes filters that serve some particular goal. For example, filters that block ads are grouped together, filters that block trackers and serve privacy purposes will be united into a different group, etc. It is possible to enable and disable all filters in a group at once.
[Added] ‘Filters update period‘ setting #596
Before, filters were automatically updated every 48 hours (default period), now you can adjust the frequency of automatic updates (by choosing from options: every 1/6/12/24/48 hours) or disable them completely, in case you prefer to update them manually.
[Added] An option to disable integration mode while keeping the extension up #1012
If you already have the AdGuard app, our browser extension may become a very useful additional tool, which can completely replace the browser-based ’AdGuard Assistant" module (learn more). It’s called Integration mode and now you can turn it on or off in the ‘Other settings’ tab.
[Added] An option to resize User filter and Whitelist text areas #1263
[Added] ‘About‘ screen #1135
[Added] ’Submit a complaint‘ item to the right-click menu #1072
[Added] $cookie modifier support #961
[Added] A notification with changelog after an update #1025
[Added] Notifications for various actions, e. g. filter updates #1167
[Added] Search among all filter categories #1192
[Added] Show notify when checking for filters update using context menu #1073
[Added] Update filter after enabling it #1181
[Changed] Information about permissions added to the extension description #1223
[Changed] The settings button has been hidden in the integration mode #1282
[Changed] A forwarder is now used for all links #1109
[Changed] Context menu #1150
[Changed] Intercept abp: subscribe links on all websites #1210
[Changed] Localizations have been updated
[Changed] Localizations have been updated #1174
[Changed] Update translations #1084
[Changed] Padding added to dropdown options #1238
[Changed] Wording for manual blocking tool options #1169
[Fixed] ‘Block WebRTC’ description inconsistency #1274
[Fixed] Extension uses the default value for the filters update check interval instead of the user-selected value #1295
[Fixed] An empty string is shown when importing a User filter #1296
[Fixed] Web reporter misrepresents the enabled/disabled state for filters #1293
[Fixed] ’Activate the most appropriate filters automatically‘ option works despite the protection is on pause #1291
[Fixed] Stealth Mode works despite the protection is on pause #1290
[Fixed] Enabled filters in disabled filter groups receive updates #1270
[Fixed] Mobile filter gets enabled on desktop browsers when ’Ad blocking" filter group gets enabled #1226
[Fixed] An empty string is created when adding the first rule via Chrome dev tools #1243
[Fixed] Closed tabs remain monitored in the Filtering log #1268
[Fixed] Self-destructing third-party cookies lead to logout from the Google account #1245
[Fixed] Statistics chart only works for the current day #1280
[Fixed] In integration mode, if the filtering disabled via assistant, extension can’t detect it #1294
[Fixed] ’Filters update interval’ parameter doesn’t save in settings file after exporting #1255
[Fixed] ’Filters update interval’ parameter duplicates after importing the settings #1254
[Fixed] ‘Third-party’ icon size in Filtering Log #1069
[Fixed] ‘Filter‘ column is empty in the Filtering log for cookie-type requests #1219
[Fixed] $badfilter modifier is not working with stealth exclusions #1236
[Fixed] $extension modifier prevents first-party URL blocking #1122
[Fixed] $stealth modifier issues #1225
[Fixed] AdGuard doesn’t hide referer properly #1217
[Fixed] Assistant advanced settings button doesn’t respond #1091
[Fixed] Custom filter is not saved when exporting settings #1224
[Fixed] Custom filter subscription popup doesn’t close if you move forward and backward #1206
[Fixed] Dropdown menu is empty when there is no statistics yet #1256
[Fixed] Enabled filters in disabled filter group are working #1249
[Fixed] Fix the issue with empty filters after update to v3.0 #1227
[Fixed] Import doesn’t work after deleting custom filters #1233
[Fixed] Import settings doesn’t import filter group settings #1232
[Fixed] Incorrect file types are accepted when you try to import a User filter #1039
[Fixed] Invalid exclusions are created using Filtering Log #1131
[Fixed] Self-destructing third-party cookies are not listed in the Filtering log #1262
[Fixed] Self-destructing third-party cookies lead to a logout from Google account #1245
[Fixed] Some hidden elements are not shown in the Filtering Log #1123
[Fixed] Some requests are not visible in the Filtering Log #1138
[Fixed] strip_tracking_params is applied to sub-requests #1230
[Fixed] The custom filter is always updated #1240
[Fixed] While in integration mode, new rules are not imported to the desktop AG User filter #10
[Fixed] Hotfix for a nasty bug with custom filters in the previous beta version: #1272
[Fixed] Applied element hiding rules are not visible in filtering log in some cases #1200
[Improvement] Users can now specify titles for their custom filters #1209
[Improved] ’abp: subscribe’ links are now intercepted properly #1149
[Improved] $csp rules are now disabled if there’s a document-level exception applied to the website #1093
[Improved] A validity check has been added for rules with a domain modifier #1242
[Improved] Extension is now more friendly towards visually impaired users #953
[Improved] Network requests excluded by a rule in a custom filter can now be blocked #1044
[Improved] Notifications for version 3.0 #1167
[Improved] New permissions are made optional #1220
[Fixed] Get rid of Safari and Firefox Legacy builds #1035
[Changed] Third-party libraries sources have been updated #1253
[Fixed] AdGuard extension doesn’t open the settings correctly in Firefox for Android #1264
[Fixed] AdGuard settings are not fully visible when accessing them from the overflow menu #970
[Improved] Multiple $replace rules can be applied to a single web request now #1092
AdGuard Browser Extension 2.10.11
Release date: October 2, 2018
Among important changes is a fix to the Assistant "block" button issue and a new "Save filtering log" feature that will come handy for filter developers and in some cases of troubleshooting via support.
[Added] An option to save Filtering Log when reloading the page #1074
[Fixed] AdGuard 2.10.8 extension for Edge blocks Spotify web player playback #1090
[Fixed] Assistant preview doesn't close #1083
[Fixed] The Norwegian translation implementation is broken #1085
[Fixed] When using Edge dev console, JS error occurs in extended-css.js #1086
[Fixed] Сosmetic filters stop working after refresh of a page cached by a ServiceWorker #1087
[Fixed] AdGuard "send statistics" crashes google sheets when option turned on #1096
AdGuard Browser Extension 2.10.8
Release date: August 28, 2018
This update adds several minor-ish (although filter enthusiasts will argue) features to the Filtering Log and improves ad blocking quality. You'll find an array of bug fixes, as usual.
[Added] Element hiding rules highlighting #1053
Applied element hiding rules are now highlighted with yellow color in the Filtering Log. This will greatly help parse log entries. We don't need to prove it to you if you are actively using it :)
[Added] Wildcard character support in rules with domain modifier #571
Again, another treat for filtering rules creators. Previously you had to list domains old-fashioned way: example.com,example.eu etc, and now you can simply use example.* syntax.
[Improved] Scripts are injected faster #1029
To efficiently block ads on the page we need a way to reliably inject our scripts before the in-page scripts are executed. A set of measures has been taken to ensure this. While there is still no 100% guarantee, the success chance has increased considerably — along with ad blocking quality.
[Added] "Public suffix list" automatic update #1010
[Added] Display applied element hiding and CSS rules in Filtering log #830
[Added] "Filter" column to the Filtering log #863
[Added] Pre-processor directives for filters #917
[Fixed] Error in event handler for
[Fixed] Unnecessary "Cannot create rule from filter" error entries in the browser console while in integration mode #1016
[Fixed] Whitelist is not applied for requests sent from within a service worker #1032
[Fixed] Wrong filters sort order #1028
[Fixed] Text box is not editable in the "Block element" window #331
[Fixed] Incorrect layout for filter name #1050
[Fixed] High CPU usage because of searching hidden elements #1067
[Fixed] Underscore character is not displayed on Linux #393
[Fixed] Some Extended CSS rules are not working because of regex issues in content attribute #1079
[Fixed] Rules containing content substring are not working correctly while Filtering log window is open #1080
[Improved] Browser extension build process has been optimized #991
[Improved] Filters-downloader module has been upgraded to v1.0.5 #1051
[Fixed] ext-CSS does not always get applied #1009
[Fixed] Some sites are broken by
$$rules in Firefox Quantum #1001
[Fixed] Element hiding rules don't work in frames by playbuzz #1046
[Fixed] JS rules don't work on xda-developers.com #1004
[Fixed] Ineffective browser.storage issue #1006
$replacerule does not get applied #1038
[Fixed] FF for Android: If you click on "AdGuard settings" nothing happens #1034
[Fixed] WebSocket requests are not visible #1014
[Fixed] "Activate the most appropriate filters automatically" doesn't work #997
AdGuard Browser Extension 2.9.2
Release date: April 11, 2018
Ho Ho Ho! Just kidding, it is not Christmas, but it might have very well been — isn’t every AdGuard Browser Extension release a special day for you? For us, it certainly is 🙂 This time we prepared a couple or two of quite important changes and improvements, to come along with a long list of more routine-ish fixes. Read on to find out the details.
[Added] Integration with the new Assistant #956
For a while now we develop AdGuard Assistant more or less independently, to later use it wherever we need — Windows and Mac apps use regular Assistant, Android and iOS apps use mobile version. Browser extension users encounter Assistant when they click "Block ads on this website" button. We will not go into the details here, those who interested can find the exhaustive changelog inside the Assistant repo.
InsertCSSto use instead of the content scripts #847
There was a certain change in Chrome browser recently, that prompted us to respond by reconsidering the way we inject scripts and styles. The good thing is, thanks to this change we now have less bugs, more possibilities and were even able to make the extension more lightweight by reducing the amount of code.
[Improved] ExtendedCss has been updated to v1.10 #980
This change is on the technical side, but from the end user perspective it converts into better performance and better quality ad blocking, thanks to more tools being available to the extension now.
[Fixed] HTML filtering rule does not work on example.org #948
[Fixed] The issues with content filtering rules in Firefox #959
[Fixed] Assistant crashes in Safari #974
[Fixed] Wrong URL blocking rule behavior on iOS #957
[Fixed] Styles are applied twice in the Safari extension #979
[Fixed] Safari content blocker converter fails if we pass it an invalid rule #945
[Improved] SafariContentBlockerConverter memory usage #955
[Fixed] Wrong filter names language #889
[Fixed] Some regex rules don't work #978
[Fixed] Can't build the extension with Maven 3.5.2 #946
[Fixed] Assistant menu doesn't save its position on pages #973
[Fixed] Assistant does't block in 'Preview' mode #975
[Fixed] Element hiding exclusion can't be applied to iframe #934
[Fixed] Filters are not getting updated after the clean install #981
[Fixed] Assistant dialog default position is different from where it should be #976
[Fixed] AdGuard extension for Yandex Browser prevents downloading of .pdf files on vk.com #897
[Fixed] Rules proposed by AdGuard for "content-security-policy-check" are incorrect #941
[Fixed] Warning Page Appears Twice #995
[Fixed] Extension can't detect it when you disable filtering in AdGuard for Win via Assistant #989
[Improved] Old links have been replaced with new ones #952
AdGuard Browser Extension 2.8.4
Release date: February 2, 2018
Ad blocking has been enhanced in this version by adding support for several modifiers. We've also integrated the extension with our web reporting tool, details below. As usual, all spotted bugs have been fixed too, this mostly concerns Firefox version.
[Added] Integration with reports.adguard.com #894
A new convenient way to report any issues with websites, be it missed ads, false positives, unblocked social widgets etc. Just head to the problematic website, bring up the context menu and select "Submit a complaint" option. You will be transferred to reports.adguard.com and a wizard will take you through the required steps to report the issue — and most of the fields will be even filled out automatically. Try it!
[Added] $badfilter modifier support #866
[Fixed] onet.pl shows anti adblock notice #860
[Fixed] Errors in the browser console #865
[Fixed] Blog link in the footer #908
[Fixed] Double scroll bar in filtering log #907
[Improved] AdGuard now filters "New tab" windows #881
[Improved] Styles protection has been enhanced #829
[Improved] "ExtendedCss" module has been upgraded to v1.0.9 #906
[Fixed] Browsing security fails in Chrome incognito mode #905
[Added] $important modifier support #877
[Added] $replace and $$ rules partial support #864
[Fixed] Huge amount of writes by storage.js.temp #892
[Fixed] Search option misbehaves on news.yandex.ru #872
[Fixed] Recaptcha is hidden by AdGuard on vk.com #880
[Fixed] Content filtering rules aren't visible in the filtering log #910
[Fixed] group.aliexpress.com #924
[Fixed] "Thank you" page switches don't change the extension settings #929
[Fixed] AdGuard for Firefox hides iframe with text area on insanelymac.com #922
[Fixed] Beta 2.8.2 Doesn't save whitelist settings after reboot (Beta 2.8.1 works) #933
AdGuard Browser Extension 2.6.5
Release date: August 22, 2017
A long time has passed since the last release. But we weren't sitting on our hands. We fixed a whole lot of various bugs, so most users will find something positive in this update. This version also contains some sweet additions that will be interesting mostly for rule creators.
[Improved] $important modifier was added to the rule constructor: #626
This one is a rather obvious: when you use the manual blocking tool to create a rule, you can now give this rule a higher priority by ticking the checkbox. The
$importantmodifier was available before, but you had to manually add it via the user filter.
[Added] $csp modifier support: #685
This is strictly for the rule creators, as it requires the basic understanding of the Content Security Policy security layer.
This modifier completely changes the rule behaviour. If it is applied to a rule, it will not block the matching request. The response headers are going to be modified instead.
You can find the syntax and examples for
cspinside the issue.
We had been waiting for this for a long time, it took a lot of time but now the code is much more simple and convenient to work with.
The builds themselves are now available directly on GitHub, all the updates will be stored here. The build names are now more clear and understandable.
[Changed] The build process for v2.6: #600
[Changed] The build process was changed so that all AdGuard's code is encapsulated into a reusable API: #454 All additions, improvements and issues fixed in this release:
[Added] AdGuard French filter: #612
[Added] “Select all/none” buttons to rules constructor: #703
[Changed] '2016' to '2017': #519
[Changed] filterlists.com were added to possible filters sources: #544
[Changed] Filtering log performance: #403
[Fixed] Rule constructor can't create a rule with
[onclick] attribute which contains a big script: #469
[Fixed] Rule constructor works incorrectly with TD tag: #483
[Fixed] Regular expressions with
$aren't processed properly: #517
[Fixed] Error while parsing rules with
[Fixed] Error while parsing wide filtering rules: #556
[Fixed] Basic URL rule, which contains domain name, blocks WS: #528
[Fixed] Errors while parsing CSS rules: #617
[Fixed] Sustainability to the LastPass vulnerability: #625
[Fixed] Huge user filter slows down the 'options' page loading: #641
[Fixed] Browsing security doesn't work: #580
[Fixed] Error parsing pseudo class: #576
[Improved] WebRTC circumvention: #588
[Improved] Separate loading of the cosmetic filters and JS filters: #512
[Changed] German translation was updated: #680
[Changed] A link for "Protected by AdGuard for Windows" menu item was added to the description page: #672
[Fixed] AdGuard settings window is not shown in private mode: #658
[Fixed] WebRTC circumvention: #588
[Fixed] AdGuard 2.6.1 Beta does not block WebSocket connection: #652
[Fixed] Auto-activation of filters still work in integration mode: #666
$webrtcdoes not work on rapidvideo.com: #669
[Fixed] Filtering log errors: #687
[Fixed] A bug with element hiding rule with domains containing www: #665
[Fixed] A rule with a single
$contentmodifier now will be ignored. A rule with multiple modifiers which includes
$contentcontinue to work: #719
[Fixed] CSP and WebRTC rules are now processing the proper way: #725
[Fixed] unutulmazfilmler.co - blocked iframe is not collapsed: #733
[Fixed] $content modifier works as URL exclusion: #719
[Fixed] Difference of blocked ads before AG turn off and after turn on: #748
There are few notable changes in this release that take place in Firefox version. First of all, FF have finally released the WebExtensions technology which allowed us to completely revamp the extension code. It now greatly resembles the code for Chrome extension, which makes it much easier for further development among other advantages. A lot of other improvements have been done, too.
[Improved] FF extension migrated to WebExtensions: #523
[Improved] "Require" calls were got rid of: #367
[Improved] SDK is not being used anymore: #151
-moz-bindingapproach was got rid of: #463
[Fixed] Errors in FF browser console: #673
[Fixed] Cleaning Firefox data breaks AdGuard extension: #681
[Fixed] Filtering log: new tab stays in the background when opened: #697
[Fixed] Scrollbar is missing in the filtering log: #732
Firefox - other
chrome.webRequest.onBeforeRequestnow intercepts WebSocket: #572
[Improved] Text in the rules constructor is too dark with built-in dark theme for dev tools: #739
[Fixed] Separators in rules constructor are collapsed in some cases: #741
[Fixed] Edge Storage size limit issue: #566
[Fixed] Russian localization: #538
[Fixed] Error on start/adding/removing filter subscription: #627
[Fixed] Browsing security - "Proceed anyway" issue: #628
[Improved] CSP fix is now applied for newer Edge versions (Insider Preview): #602
[Improved] Edge extension now downloads own platform filters: #721
browser.windows.getAllissue in the Insider Fast ring build: #569
[Fixed] AdGuard dropdown menu glitch - Edge browser: #675
[Fixed] Advanced settings menu does not expand: #708
[Fixed] "Block ads on this website" tool misbehaves: #691
[Fixed] Google Docs document glitch: #720
[Changed] "Activate the most appropriate filters automatically" setting is now disabled by default: #715
$websocketmodifier works incorrectly in Safari: #597
[Fixed] Possible websockets blocking issue: #586
$elemhideexceptions also affect basic rules: #642
[Fixed] User filter rules are being imported from .txt together with comments: #584
[Fixed] Browsing security error: #583
[Fixed] Safari tab / Ergonomics issue: #505
[Fixed] "Block ads on this website" tool does not work in Safari 9.1.3: #704