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I know it's possible to disable pop-ups, and that's the default behavior, but It's not affecting the pop-unders.

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    Have you tried a general-purpose ad-blocker? I use AdBlockPlus for chrome and can't remember seeing any pop-unders, though I don't browse to sites that might have them very much. – Fake Name Apr 8 '12 at 11:28
  • AdBlockPlus is for you! Internet will "look different", in a pleasant way :) – dasblinkenlight Jun 21 '12 at 13:40
  • Do you have a link to demonstrate this effect? I would like to take a look to see how they circumvent the blocking. – J.C. Dec 7 '12 at 9:06
  • @J.C. Try subtitle.co.il, use the search box to trigger the pop-under – mokalan Dec 10 '12 at 0:04
  • What is pop-under ? – Jadav Mar 29 '13 at 23:32
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Yes,

but you need to block all scripts on a domain using Chrome's own script blocking feature.


Why?

Pop-unders are usually via JavaScript. In order to disable them, I block javascript on the specific site using the extension ScriptNo Chrome's build-in script blocking in:

Settings → Show advanced settings → Content settings → JavaScript → JavaScript Exceptions

At the moment Chrome's API do not allow proper script blocking which is also why Firefox' NoScript developer has not yet ported his extension. Third-party extensions like ScriptNo suffer from the same problem.

The lack of needed API can allow scripts to still load the first time you visit a website.

By design there is no option for extensions to effectively block scripts like in Firefox, therefore the only way to stop this behavior is to block all scripts on a domain using Chrome's settings which I mentioned at the top.

  • It's not working. I think the use a different method for doing it. – mokalan Feb 6 '12 at 22:27
  • @mokalan You're right, I've radially changed my answer now. Please take another look. – gentmatt Jul 24 '12 at 16:42
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Chrome allows you to set preferences for EACH specific site.

Click on the icon in the browser.

Opens a window allowing to set Java and so on specific to that site.

Now to the pop-unders.

I personally use the Chrommes Poper Blocker extension.

It works for me, but then I have not visited your websites.

Poper Blocker 1.69 Blocks all these annoying popups and popunders that pop no matter!

If interested, get it here:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/poper-blocker/bkkbcggnhapdmkeljlodobbkopceiche

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I have tried lot of different options, addons, scripts, but sorry to disappoint you mate, none of them works perfectly. Some pop-ups do find a way to evade all such methods

  • Please name a few sites that evade all methods so that I can check for myself. I'm especially interested in sites that to not use javascript to trigger pop-unders. – gentmatt Jul 24 '12 at 16:44
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Here is a video showing you how to do it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBiOlO1jwX4

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