YouTube View content without ads and paywalls

There are many who do not want to see ads and try to avoid paywalls on the Internet by installing ad blocking programs or other complicated solutions. As it turns out, in many cases, overcoming these "obstacles" is often as simple as adding a dot to a URL.

In other words: Suppose you are not a YouTube Premium subscriber, “” will display ads, but “” will not. It is so simple.

Το σφάλμα περιορίζεται κυρίως σε προγράμματα περιήγησης επιτραπέζιων υπολογιστών, αλλά σε κινητά, μπορείτε να χρησιμοποιήσετε την επιλογή “ for desktops ”so that the trick can work.

Redditor u / unicorn4sale reported the error to subdreddit r / webdev. According to unicorn4sale:

“Είναι μια συνήθως ξεχασμένη περίπτωση, οι ιστότοποι ξεχνούν να ομαλοποιήσουν το όνομα του κεντρικού υπολογιστή, και το περιεχόμενο εξακολουθεί να προβάλλεται, όταν δεν υπάρχει αντιστοίχιση του ονόματος του κεντρικού υπολογιστή στο πρόγραμμα περιήγησης,. Οπότε δεν υπάρχουν cookies και CORS. Πολλοί ιστότοποι χρησιμοποιούν διαφορετικό domain για την διαφημίσεων με μια λίστα επιτρεπόμενων που δεν περιέχει την επιπλέον τελεία ”

In other words, it's simple blindness and it doesn't just work for YouTube. A quick test showed that it is effective and bypasses paywalls on The New York Times, Wired, The Washington pages , The Atlantic and many others

Of course, now that the bug has been made public it is only a matter of time before it closes. Enjoy it as long as it lasts. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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