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Gotta catch 'em all: how AdGuard scanned the entire web in search of hidden trackers
In pursuit of users' personal data, tracking companies invent more and more ways to violate your privacy. One of the tricky ones is CNAME-based trackers. AdGuard scanned the entire web to find all of them.
There's no such thing as a free lunch: 21 million user data leaked from 3 Android VPNs
As CyberNews reported a few days ago, databases with the credentials of 21 million users are sold on a popular hacker forum. Let’s figure out what happened and why such leaks are dangerous.
PCM: Apple's new alternative to cookies
Cookies as a way to track users' ad-to-web activity are gradually becoming a thing of the past. Apple introduces PCM as a substitute — but how good is it? As it turns out, at least controversial.
Big Sur: the good, the bad, and the ugly
So far macOS Big Sur has brought a lot of controversy: there are good changes, but also compatibility issues aplenty. How does it affect AdGuard?
Safari Web Extensions: what can users of Safari content blockers expect from the new Apple's initiative
Apple announced that the new version of Safari browser will feature WebExtensions API that many other popular browser already use. How does that affect ad blockers?
Apple announced privacy labels and WebExtensions support
The labels appearing in iOS 14 will help users control how an app applies their personal data and whether this data is shared with third parties. Based on these labels, the users might find it easier to take their own decision and refuse to install the app if necessary.
80M People Scammed by Chrome Fake Ad Blockers: the Same Old Song
Chrome Web Store is overflown with malicious browser extensions. Millions of people use them and don't even realize they are in danger. Why does it happen and how to fix it?
Here’s what psychologists think about protecting children from ads
June 1st is celebrated in many countries as the International Children's Day. On this day we decided to find out what psychologists think about the impact of advertisement on children and whether kids need to be protected from ads or not.
AdGuard for Mac and Kernel extensions deprecation
Apple plans to deprecate Kernel extensions and displays scare warnings to Mac users of AdGuard and other apps. In this article we discuss what it means in reality.
Apple allows apps to use Push notifications for ad purposes
Now apps from Apple's App Store can explicitly send ads in push notifications. How bad is it and how will AdGuard react to that?
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