The:shevy wrote: ↑2019-06-02, 13:50I just installed it from:
https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/relea ... er=1.18.10
So I only had to go to the second page.
In the long run, though, would it be possible to somehow simplify installation of ublock origin?
I think is doing the work right.
I share you views.I no longer use firefox and never (seriously) used adChromium; being able to filter away irrelevant content from potentially
malicious actors is important for me, so that I can get work done quickly (it is not problem when I install ublock origin,
but on a fresh linux setup I often don't have neither palemoon nor ublock origin installed, which is why I am posting
right now )
I can add that Pale Moon is really a good browser.
E.g.: I decrypt traffick a lot, dumping the TLS secret keys into $SSLKEYLOGFILE for later analysis and I am amazed how well Mark Straver implemented the new TLSv3 standards, with the 28.6.1 bug-fix version, the previous to recent version. That's really sublime programming, to be able to do it.