An ad blocking extension for Google Chrome™ that doesn't have acceptable ads and blocks all types of advertising, no excuses.
AdLock defines the ad's content and disable it from the user.
There is no need to apply or dismiss additional requirements for the ads you want to omit. AdLock disables all kinds of ad content and lets users browse through the ads-free source. Sounds great, doesn't it!?
No more hassle with settings:
AdLock was designed with care for you. We know you hate digging through settings and we did everything possible to minimize that exhausting experience. For example, sometimes AdLock can be too aggressive and block access to a web page that seems suspicious. In this case, you’ll get a warning box with two simple buttons: IGNORE (keep navigating to the said page) and EXCLUDE PAGE (adding the said page to the whitelist to not blocking it in the future).
Privacy and data protection:
The global network is full of dangerous corners where you can be led by your curiosity. Don’t worry, AdLock got your back. AdLock blocks online tracking, adware, and spyware from infecting your device and collecting information about you.
Resist anti-adblocking scripts:
Online marketers believe you don’t deserve the right of deciding what information to consume. So, we got the ultimatums to disable our ad-blockers if we still want to browse websites. Be sure when you use an AdLock extension you won’t face such ultimatums as AdLock fights against anti-adblocking scripts.
The AdLock extension declares such permissions as:
- "Access data for all websites" : in order to make our product fully functional for your protection from ads.
- "Access to browser tabs" to get information about website you visit (website url, tab id, parent tab id). It allows to block annoying ad requests, get rid of ad images and hide empty blocks with special cosmetic and net rules.
- “Web navigation”: extension watches tab changes and reacts to keep webpage clean from ads.
The AdLock extension gathers anonymous usage information including browser language, number of blocked ad requests, stores it on your local storage and doesn’t sell or share it with third parties. The AdLock extension also creates unique ID and anonymously assigns to each installation. This ID is stored on AdLock server until you uninstall the AdLock extension.