@fanboynz the problem is not https://pelismkvhd.com/ but when you click to download a movie, in the case of avatar is
DropBox | GoogleDrive | MediaFire | Mega | UptoBox | 1Fichier
Even uBlock doesn’t work.
https://awlinks.site/ is the website that has that live.demand.supply which gets blocked but needs redirection to work.
But the problem is when it asks you to click on the first ‘google search’ results to go noticiascripto.site where you can’t see the ads to click on, to get the timer on the other tab to get the links.
for that you need to allow two scripts,
The problem is the buttons still don’t appear because there is a generic cosmetic
##ins.adsbygoogle hiding them.
So I had to use ghide for that, which as custom filters doesn’t work for default lists so it is tricky to do that.
I also had to add
||googleads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/*$subdocument,redirect-rule=noop.html,domain=noticiascripto.site to make the buttons appear clickable.
which you can see here:
so to get the ‘clickable’ area displaying, I just created a :style() with a black background because the buttons are there but not showing for the way Brave does the automatic stuff on iframes.
This is how it looks in uBlock, where I only whitelisted the googlesyndication scripts and because it is not doing whatever with the iframes then it doesn’t collapse them and it’s easier to click on them:
So yes, It is a piece of garbage website.
I searches in uBlock uAssets and they removed the $ghide from the filter rules, because it was showing whitespaces when you go to watch news, but then, it hides the buttons that have to be clicked to download movies in this case. Althought it only needs that genetic cosmetic exception not all the exceptions.
That change was made in february 11th https://github.com/uBlockOrigin/uAssets/commit/c883475ae4fffb84302c1f94c61bc944b26faa7d
I am sure there are easier ways to make it work, I just found the most technical and complicated because I wanted to see what that website is even doing and how to really fix it in Brave.
oh and yes, alt tabbing or going to devtools for some reason “clicks” the ad, but of course, that method won’t be known by anyone who goes to that page.