This is the work of the Block Server, you can disable the Block Server in Settings.

If you try to visit a website that is being blocked by Blockade, it is because that domain or ad is in the Blocklist and you will notice a little Metiix Logo  in the upper left-hand corner of your screen. You will also see  in places where ads used to be inside of the websites you visit. This  represents Blockade has intervened and that this is an ad served up by a third-party, a link to a website by an agency of ads and not the official website itself, a malicious site, or it could contain malware.

The  is to let you know that we are present and doing our job, and that there is not a problem with your internet or browser. The  is telling you that this ad or site is part of the Blocklist and it will also be noted in your Blocked Queries list. 

If you would like to visit these websites or see these ads, add them to your Exceptions list or your External Exceptions list or Disable Blockade. Remember that by Disabling Blockade you are completely opening up all previously blocked traffic to all devices on your network.


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