An adblocker (by NanoAdblocker)


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NanoAdblocker/NanoCore is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.

NanoCore Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to NanoCore

  • GitHub repo uBlock

    uBlock Origin - An efficient blocker for Chromium and Firefox. Fast and lean.

  • GitHub repo thegreatsuspender-notrack

    A chrome extension for suspending all tabs to free up memory, privacy-oriented with no analytics tracking.

  • GitHub repo NanoDefenderFirefox

    An anti-adblock defuser for uBlock Origin on Firefox

  • GitHub repo bypass-paywalls-chrome

    Bypass Paywalls web browser extension for Chrome and Firefox.

  • GitHub repo opensnitch

    OpenSnitch is a GNU/Linux port of the Little Snitch application firewall

  • GitHub repo thegreatsuspender

    A chrome extension for suspending all tabs to free up memory

  • GitHub repo google_translate_this

    This WebExtension translates the current page with Google Translate. It does so on demand so it does not change the page unless the user selected this. It is fast, light and privacy friendly.

  • GitHub repo Platform

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better NanoCore alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where NanoCore has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-09.
  • uBlock Origin works best on Firefox (technical analysis)
    this is the original github discussion in all its glory. people were absolutely trashing the developer for their actions, and rightfully so
  • Nano Defender filter list URls are broken, has anyone found a fix? Does anyone know why it's broken?
    Forgot to mention the obvious: uninstall now -- with those capabilities, it should be considered malware. Source: Nano Defender and it's filters aren't being updated anymore
  • 3 Million Google Chrome Users were Infected by Malicious Extensions and More Keep Popping Up | 2021-04-05
    I remember the cases of two addons being hijacked for malware distribution: The Great Suspender and one called Nano Adblocker. At least in the case of the former, not only were the changes not published on github, code had been added to obfuscate debugging through the browser; Code was also added to detect and obfuscate its code if it detected that the user was trying to inspect/debug the addon from within the browser using the developer console. The author of Ublock Origin shares his analysis of that here.
  • MailCow being sold
  • Malware in open-source web extensions | 2021-02-16
  • Impossible? Someone Has Drained my Entire Nano S / Ledger Live wallet without Ledger Connected?
    Unless you have seen all the data surrounding Ledger Live you wouldn't know. From Malicious Nano Defenders Adblocks designed to infiltrate you and data mine you specifically. Raymond Hill creator of ublock comments here ... To leaking all personal data on its customers... their is more obviously.... Run... Final conclusion GUILTY, not only for negligence but intent to isolate target and steal its own customers monies.
  • US blacklists Xiaomi, major Chinese firms over military links | 2021-01-15
  • LCK could not reach a broadcasting right with YouTube
    Didn't the new owners of these extensions start to collect information?
  • Extensions: Google Chrome's Soft Underbelly (Part 1) 🔓 | 2021-01-09
    Today, attackers have gotten more crafty with their attacks. Popular extensions with a large and trusting community are now sometimes sold to those who have harmful intentions. Attackers can modify the source to include malicious code. Thanks to Chrome's Autoupdate feature for extensions, the now harmful extension can reach most Chrome users in days. A notable example of this is NanoAdblocker.
  • Oisd Domain Blocklist
    Btw nanoadblocker could be removed as the addon has been turned to malware last autumn:
  • “The Great Suspender” Chrome extension maintainer is probably malicious | 2021-01-03
    Yes, and definitely. Here's an example from the NanoBlock vs uBlock Origin controversy where cookies and private data were being harvested

    Assume that any time an app has privilege to access your data, they are going to do it either deliberately or accidentally.

  • Washington Post: Why the proles don’t deserve a $2,000 stimulus check. In other news, congratulations WaPo employees on your $2,000 bonus | 2021-01-01
    f.y.i... Chrome v88 is implementing some major changes to extensions that might render ublock origin and similar blockers useless. Chrome Manifest V3 discussion megathread