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Say Goodbye to most Desktop and Mobile Adwares

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Some time ago I wrote an article where I described — read it here — an easy way to get rid of advertisements on your smart TVs. Since I was recently struggling with Android apps containing pervasive adwares, I suddenly remembered this simple way to solve, in part at least, the problem: DNS change. Although, I’ve already briefly outlined what a DNS is in the above mentioned article, so I won’t repeat myself…

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