WWW & Internet Pop-Up Blockers Super Ad Blocker

Super Ad Blocker 4.4.1012 for Windows

by SuperAdBlocker.com

Avg. Rating 3.2 (15 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.0 MB
License Shareware, $29.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,991
Publisher SuperAdBlocker.com
Homepage Super Ad Blocker

Publisher's Description

Super Ad Blocker blocks all forms of advertising including fly-in, slide-in, flash, rich media, pop-ups, pop-unders, spyware ads, messenger ads, and more. Includes advanced privacy cleaning and automatic updates so the product is never out of date.

Latest Reviews

[deXter]

[deXter] reviewed v4.2.1012 on Nov 16, 2006

Pros:
+ Blocks and cleans spyware/adware programs
+ Cookie, Cache and Multi-Histroy Cleaning
+ Scheduled cleaning

Cons:
- Large File Size
- Irregular updates
- Doesn't filter all net applications
- Has compatibility problems under certain proxy configurations
- No detailed logging (has only statistics)
- No integrated, instant support
- Slightly pricey
- Poor (Non Existent?) community
- No intelligent filter options
- Doesn't support user-defined (custom) filtering of objects/content/code on web pages
- Doesn't support text replacement
- Doesn't have JavaScript/CSS injecting support
- Doesn't have multi-proxy chaining
- Doesn't have options to block website user interface effects (like musics and sounds, background images, scroll bar colors, statusbar text, no right-click, web bugs, auto-refresh, auto bookmarking, active window, etc)
- No option to block adult content
- No options to modify browser behaviour (toolbars/window sizes)
- No option to hide the window
- No option to lock the controls
- No option to change referrer field
- No option to change the user agent
- No option to prevent mouse usage interference on websites

Zee333

Zee333 reviewed v4.0.1024 on Aug 21, 2006

This is a great Ad blocker for Firefox and Internet Explorer, it's so easy to use and has blocked every type of Ad on websites, it also fixes the websites so where the banners go don't show so the website looks totally normal.

GREAT AD BLOCKER!!! 5/5

sfo

sfo reviewed v1.0.1682 on Feb 20, 2005

It's good. I like the ad/spyware detection. Only thing is, since it doesn't work with Mozilla I can only give it 4. Instead I bought AdMuncher, which works with all browsers and is VERY effective, without being to effective (so it doesn't remove something that it shouldn't) ;)

Nicholas440

Nicholas440 reviewed v1.0.1662 on Jan 27, 2005

I ran this ad blocker, and took the popup blocking test posted by Quixley, and for me it failed 9 times out of 27 popups in the test. I use Opera, and I also use Internet Explorer. I also have Ads Gone, which I disabled during the popup testing and ran it seperately. Ads Gone only failed on 5 popups, so I DONT recommend this one as it failed a lot more than Ads Gone did.
BTW, thanks Quixley for the popup testing page, I'm going to try a few other so called " super popup blockers" using that page.

I rate this a 2 because of the high failure instances.

Quixley

Quixley reviewed v1.0.1588 on Nov 11, 2004

Awesome popup-/adblocker! At http://www.kephyr.com/popupkillertest/index.html it only fails in 3 tests of 27.
The only thing I dislike (pretty common with most popup blockers) is that it starts when Windows starts and not Internet Explorer itself.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.0.1588 on Oct 31, 2004

Just what we need--another P.O.S. that supports only the Insecure Explorer engine.

Avg. Rating 3.2 (15 votes)
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[deXter]

[deXter] reviewed v4.2.1012 on Nov 16, 2006

Pros:
+ Blocks and cleans spyware/adware programs
+ Cookie, Cache and Multi-Histroy Cleaning
+ Scheduled cleaning

Cons:
- Large File Size
- Irregular updates
- Doesn't filter all net applications
- Has compatibility problems under certain proxy configurations
- No detailed logging (has only statistics)
- No integrated, instant support
- Slightly pricey
- Poor (Non Existent?) community
- No intelligent filter options
- Doesn't support user-defined (custom) filtering of objects/content/code on web pages
- Doesn't support text replacement
- Doesn't have JavaScript/CSS injecting support
- Doesn't have multi-proxy chaining
- Doesn't have options to block website user interface effects (like musics and sounds, background images, scroll bar colors, statusbar text, no right-click, web bugs, auto-refresh, auto bookmarking, active window, etc)
- No option to block adult content
- No options to modify browser behaviour (toolbars/window sizes)
- No option to hide the window
- No option to lock the controls
- No option to change referrer field
- No option to change the user agent
- No option to prevent mouse usage interference on websites

Zee333

Zee333 reviewed v4.0.1024 on Aug 21, 2006

This is a great Ad blocker for Firefox and Internet Explorer, it's so easy to use and has blocked every type of Ad on websites, it also fixes the websites so where the banners go don't show so the website looks totally normal.

GREAT AD BLOCKER!!! 5/5

sfo

sfo reviewed v1.0.1682 on Feb 20, 2005

It's good. I like the ad/spyware detection. Only thing is, since it doesn't work with Mozilla I can only give it 4. Instead I bought AdMuncher, which works with all browsers and is VERY effective, without being to effective (so it doesn't remove something that it shouldn't) ;)

Nicholas440

Nicholas440 reviewed v1.0.1662 on Jan 27, 2005

I ran this ad blocker, and took the popup blocking test posted by Quixley, and for me it failed 9 times out of 27 popups in the test. I use Opera, and I also use Internet Explorer. I also have Ads Gone, which I disabled during the popup testing and ran it seperately. Ads Gone only failed on 5 popups, so I DONT recommend this one as it failed a lot more than Ads Gone did.
BTW, thanks Quixley for the popup testing page, I'm going to try a few other so called " super popup blockers" using that page.

I rate this a 2 because of the high failure instances.

Quixley

Quixley reviewed v1.0.1588 on Nov 11, 2004

Awesome popup-/adblocker! At http://www.kephyr.com/popupkillertest/index.html it only fails in 3 tests of 27.
The only thing I dislike (pretty common with most popup blockers) is that it starts when Windows starts and not Internet Explorer itself.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.0.1588 on Oct 31, 2004

Just what we need--another P.O.S. that supports only the Insecure Explorer engine.

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