Here is the solution for preventing ad blockers detection for all website which are using ad blocker detection script on there website.
Advertisements have become increasingly invasive, people have turned to ad blockers to prevent their web browsing experience from being interrupted. Intrusive ads also have a nasty reputation for carrying malware and unwanted trackers.
Because of the growing efforts to block ads, advertisers have only updated their invasive tactics, detecting adblockers and blocking access to site content to anyone using them. There is a way around this downright annoying practice, though.
You can run your own scripts to counter the website’s scripts.
First, you’re going to need either Greasemonkey or Tampermonkey. Both work just as well. If you’re on Chrome, Tampermonkey is your only option.
Tampermonkey is the most popular userscript manager, with over 10 million users.
Tampermonkey is used to run so called userscripts (sometimes also called Greasemonkey scripts). Userscripts are little computer programs that for example add download buttons to YouTube pages, cleanup your Facebook timeline or help playing an online game.
Open your browser’s extensions option and search for either plugin. When you arrive at the plugin’s page, install it. Both will automatically activate themselves after the install, so you won’t need to do anything else to get them running.
Write your own Script for ad blocker
Get the Script for ad blocker
Next, you’re going to need the script itself. A developer going by Reek developed a script called Anti-Adblock Killer to bypass adblock blockers. The best way to get the script is from its page on Openuserjs.org.
Install Anti ad blocker script
Once you’re on the page, click the “Install” button in the top center of the page. That will redirect you to the script. Your extension (Greasemonkey or Tampermonkey) will provide you with a screen prompting you to confirm the installation of the script. Confirm the install.
You can check that the script is installed by clicking on the extension icon in the browser. Greasemonkey will list the installed scripts right in the resulting dropdown.
For Tampermonkey, you need to click on the icon, then click on the “Dashboard” option. Chrome will open a new tab for the dashboard that lists out all of the currently enabled scripts.
Finally, you’re going to need to add a list of filters from Reeks’s Github page for the project. Browse to the the page, and click on the “Subscribe” button. That will show a message asking you if you want to add the filter list for the ad blocker that you’re currently using. Click “OK.”
Now your browser should be fully configured and ready to bypass adblocker detection. The only real way to test it is to navigate to a site that typically blocks adblockers. There are a ton of them out there, and you probably know of at least one if you’re reading this guide.
When you arrive at the site, you shouldn’t see anything out of the ordinary. The site should just open up and display its content, ad free. Obviously no script or list of filters is perfect, so some less popular sites may still be blocked. The vast majority, though, will be open. Plus, this script and list are still actively maintained, so check back for updates.