I can relate to your problem since I had the same issue; I wasn't looking for solutions to block my ads without being detected, I wanted to know what ad blocker my browser was detecting; I reset my settings, cleared all cache, etc. nothing worked. I went to my second browser (I was using chrome as my backup browser) and I uninstalled the adblocker from chrome and viola the problem was gone from Safari. believe it or not
Matthew Dovey (blastoise186)
9 months ago
Just so you know, I'm not part of the team but I am a long standing user.
One thing I can say from experience is that a website can't detect the fact AdBlock itself is installed - they can however pick up on the Filter Lists.
If you need to, you can also Pause AdBlock for a short time and then Resume it later. I think there are plans to add a "Timed Pause" feature in the future.
That said, sometimes other things can get in the way - having two Adblockers running at once isn't the best idea for example. You can have two installed at the same time if only one of them is turned on at a time though (but it's probably simpler to just use one).
Kaspersky Anti-Banner is a common one that gets in the way, but I'm told it's easy to switch off.