Shared March 31, 2018
uBlock Origin has very confusing user interface in the advanced user mode if you haven't read the lengthy documentation.
This video tutorial explains how to use uBlock Origin in advanced user mode and all the advanced settings to protect your online privacy. With this uBlock Origin video, you'll learn how to use it to protect your online privacy and security. The biggest benefit of this tutorial is that you'll learn how to block scripts with uBlock Origin. uBlock Origin is essential to learn how to protect your online privacy, and can replace other extensions like uMatrix, Request Policy, Adblock Plus, Privacy Badger, and many other blockers.
Many people take uBlock Origin as an adblocker but it's actually a wide-spectrum blocker. That means uBlock Origin can block malware, spyware, trackers, analytics software, scripts, iframes, CSS, and images.
Ublock Origin has an incredible power and potential to protect you from virtually all malware, trackers, advertisers, hackers, and creeps much better than any other blocker or even your anti-virus software.
In this video I explain how uBlock Origin works in both static filtering and dynamic filtering and I also explain cosmetic filtering.
Then I go into in-depth explanation of how to best use uBlock Origin in easy mode (slightly enhanced default mode), medium mode, and hard mode.
If you don’t protect yourself, there are thousands of remote servers making requests on just a handful of your most favorite websites you visit daily. They have the audacity to track you without your consent and drain your power and bandwidth on top of that.
When you learn to use uBlock Origin to its full potential, it will act as your top-layer firewall that will block loads of malware circulating across the web. For example, with uBlock Origin in advanced mode, you would be immune to many cyber attacks and malware circulating across the web.
Official Wiki: https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/wiki
Music by Chuki Beats https://www.youtube.com/user/CHUKImusic
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