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Getting error "Ad Blocker Detected!" while opening a website

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I am unable to open the website "https://www.sonyliv.com/"

I am getting the below error while opening the website:

Ad Blocker Detected!

Sure, Ad-blocking softwares does a great job at blocking ads, but it also blocks some useful and important features of our website.

For the best possible experience,please disable your Ad Blocker.

I have also attached the screenshot of the same. Any help to resolve the issue is appreciated.

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I don't get that with uBlock Origin. I do get a request to allow cookies and to see anything I then have to log in.

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Make sure you are not blocking content.

Start Firefox in Safe Mode {web link}

A small dialog should appear. Click Start In Safe Mode (not Refresh). Is the problem still there?


https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enhanced-tracking-protection-firefox-desktop


Many site issues can be caused by corrupt cookies or cache.

Warning ! ! This will log you out of sites you're logged in to. You may also lose any settings for that website.

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Firefox shows a purple shield instead of a gray shield at the left end of the location/address bar in case Enhanced Tracking Protection is blocking content. You can click shield icon for more detail and possibly disable the protection. You can check the Web Console for messages about blocked content.

Some websites can complain about ad-blocking if they notice that some features aren't blocking as can happen if you use Private Browsing mode.

Modified by cor-el

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