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AdGuard – Ad blocking and filtering for browsers 2.5.1 (928)

Last Updated on November 20, 2020 by admin

Adguard can make your online experience safer because, though Macs and Apple laptops are quite safe to use, when it comes to ad blockers, Macs experience real problems. Already-existing solutions do not consider the specifics of OS X. That greatly influences the stability of work in Safari, and these ad-blocking extensions fail to do their work properly, especially when video ads are an issue.

New Adguard lets you fully enjoy web surfing without any distractions. Watch those videos you want to watch, and not video ads, on YouTube, Twitch, or any other website. Look at photos of your friends and not at endless banners on Facebook and other social networks. Adguard gives you freedom of choice and saves your nerves. It works perfectly with all browsers, as it was developed specially for use on OS X.

  • Ad Blocker. Subtle filtering of all incoming traffic, and what is more, ads are blocked before they load to the page.
  • Browsing Security. Checks every page for any malicious content using our databases, and blocks requests from potentially dangerous ones.
  • Privacy Protection. Any counters and tracking instruments will be blocked by powerful Spyware filter. You can stop worrying for the privacy of your actions on the Internet.
  • Works in all browsers. Safari, Chrome – you name it. No exceptions.
  • Easy to install. A couple of clicks, and your Mac is protected from ads. You don’t have to struggle with overcomplicated settings – just surf the net and Adguard will do all the work.
  • Blocking video ads. Any video ad, on any site – Adguard will block it.
  • Application filtering. More than just an addon for browser. It can help you to get rid of ads in any app on your Mac.
  • Is supported in all OS X versions from 10.7 64-bit and higher.
  • Adguard has intuitive and simple UI with such additional features like Adguard Assistant and filtering log.
  • Daily ad filters and phishing databases updates.

Licenses are available in one- or two-year subscriptions, or for lifetime. The service is also available for Android devices, for desktop systems, or for desktop and mobile devices. The published price in our listing is that of a one-year subscription for one computer. Licensing information can be found here.

AdGuard for Mac

version 2.5.1.928 from November 20, 2020

Today we are launching a small but still very important hotfix. Namely, the compatibility with the new Chrome 87 was improved and the CoreLibs was updated.
ERR_HTTP2_PROTOCOL_ERROR on some websites #1374
This week Chrome 87 was released, which has a compatibility problem with AdGuard when using the HTTP/2 filtering protocol – some sites may experience regular hangs and download errors. In this update we have improved HTTP/2 filtering compatibility with Chrome 87, it is recommended to upgrade to the new stable version as soon as possible. 🙂
BigSur: AdGuard can’t start protection in Network Extension filtering mode because of codeSignatureInvalid error
Also in this update, the issue which many Big Sur users encountered was fixed. AdGuard network extension couldn’t pass the authenticity verification of the developer’s signature. Because of that, it was impossible to turn the Network Extension mode on and to enable AdGuard protection.
Changelog
AdGuard stops working after the system is out of sleep #781
Change the KEXT behavior in case of a change of user #769
Protection switch is stuck after system update
Update CoreLibs to 1.7.150 #787

Requirements

  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7 or later

Homepage: https://adguard.com/en/adguard-mac/overview.html

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Gvidon72
Gvidon72
14 days ago

All. For MacOS Big Sur users, I think the instructions on how to make AdGuard work (start the required services) are not clear enough from other posts. Go to Preferences/Network tab and there you have a small grey button “Select Mode” in front of “Automatic Proxy” option under the very first check box “Automatic application filtering”: it’s not obvious to find it straight away as the button is small and seems greyed, but it’s not. Once you click the button “Select Mode” just choose “Automatic Proxy” from next window, and you’re done! Try to start AdGuard then, enter your admin… Read more »

Jeff
Jeff
12 days ago
Reply to  Gvidon72

This solution works. Thanks

taz
taz
7 days ago
Reply to  Gvidon72

THANKS works for me

İbrahim Yalçın
İbrahim Yalçın
7 days ago
Reply to  Gvidon72

it worked thank you

Allif
Allif
1 day ago
Reply to  Gvidon72

Thank you. Very clear steps. It works well for me

lili20
lili20
15 days ago

Hello, I’m on Big Sur V.11.0.1, and same for me. AdGuard 2.5.1 (918) have some dysfunction. When I put the red button in green the application crashes. I uninstall and reinstall the app, I also reset setting. Thanks in advance if you have any solutions.

rhrha
rhrha
14 days ago
Reply to  lili20

i found the solution. Ad guard -> prefernces -> network -> select mode
-> automatic proxy. It works perfectly for me now.

lili20
lili20
14 days ago
Reply to  rhrha

Thanks it’s work for me now 🙂 I see this post on Adguard website : https://kb.adguard.com/en/macos/solving-problems/big-sur-issues

Dk Dk
Dk Dk
14 days ago
Reply to  rhrha

mine is grayed out– can not select

Abdulaziz Alwehimed
Abdulaziz Alwehimed
12 days ago
Reply to  rhrha

THANK YOU VERY MUCH PROOOOOOOOOO

rhrha
rhrha
16 days ago

doesnt work in big sur

Dk Dk
Dk Dk
16 days ago

Some AdGuard services were not started correctly. Please contact the support team.

Aleks
Aleks
18 days ago

If you have issues filtering or loading google sites or others, try reset your settings.
https://imgur.com/a/g509Y8D

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