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How do I stop getting aclk (GIF image,1x1 pixels) when selecting some pages

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How do I stop getting aclk (GIF image,1x1 pixels) when selecting some pages

This happened

Not sure how often

== opening some pages

How do I stop getting aclk (GIF image,1x1 pixels) when selecting some pages == This happened == Not sure how often == opening some pages

Chosen solution

Some firewalls like Kaspersky can block content and send a 1x1 GIF image instead. Kaspersky": "Protection > Firewall > Filtration system: disable the "Banner Ad Blocker"

See Configuring Kaspersky Internet Security and Configure firewalls so that Firefox can access the Internet

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cor-el
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Chosen Solution

Some firewalls like Kaspersky can block content and send a 1x1 GIF image instead. Kaspersky": "Protection > Firewall > Filtration system: disable the "Banner Ad Blocker"

See Configuring Kaspersky Internet Security and Configure firewalls so that Firefox can access the Internet

Some firewalls like Kaspersky can block content and send a 1x1 GIF image instead. Kaspersky": "Protection > Firewall > Filtration system: disable the "Banner Ad Blocker" See [[Configuring Kaspersky Internet Security]] and [[Firewalls]]
emo1 0 solutions 2 answers

Why would I want to do that? I want to keep adds blocked. Come on - build your browser to get around this - I'll use another browser first.

Why would I want to do that? I want to keep adds blocked. Come on - build your browser to get around this - I'll use another browser first.
cor-el
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It is Kaspersky that is doing that. It intercepts the content and passes that image to Firefox instead of the real content. You should complain on the Kaspersky forum about this if you disagree with the decision made by Kaspersky to send such an image in this case.

You can look at Adblock Plus instead.

You need to subscribe to a Filter list (e.g. the EasyList).

It is Kaspersky that is doing that. It intercepts the content and passes that image to Firefox instead of the real content. You should complain on the Kaspersky forum about this if you disagree with the decision made by Kaspersky to send such an image in this case. You can look at Adblock Plus instead. * Adblock Plus: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/adblock-plus/ You need to subscribe to a Filter list (e.g. the EasyList). * http://adblockplus.org/en/subscriptions * http://adblockplus.org/en/getting_started
emo1 0 solutions 2 answers

ok I'll take a look - I assume the same problem with other browsers too then?

ok I'll take a look - I assume the same problem with other browsers too then?

Modified by emo1

cor-el
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Not if they only do that for Firefox or have a browser specific setting.
We regularly see this issue reported on the Support forum.

Not if they only do that for Firefox or have a browser specific setting.<br /> We regularly see this issue reported on the Support forum. * https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/search?q=Kaspersky%20banner&sortby=1&w=2&a=1

Modified by cor-el