Adguard provides you with a reliable and manageable protection that immediately and without your participation filters the loading web pages. Adguard removes all the annoying ads, blocks loading of dangerous websites, and will not allow anyone to track your activities on the Internet.
When processing a web page, Adguard does several things at once:
1. Removes ads and online tracking code directly from the page.
2. Checks a page against our database of phishing and malicious sites.
3. Checks apps downloaded from unknown sources.
Nobody likes to roll out a hotfix just a week after the release, but sometimes there’s no other choice. We took this opportunity to not only fix the problem but also to update the CoreLibs filtering engine and make a handful of other useful changes. This is a necessary RC, tomorrow we will pull the trigger on the automatic update.
[Fixed] AdGuard does not restart after auto-pause on older Android devices
Turned out, on some older devices (Android 6 and older) AdGuard didn’t restart after the protection got paused automatically (say, on the network state change). This affected a large enough portion of AdGuard users to justify an immediate update.
[Changed] Localizations has been updated
[Fixed] An error occurring during the license activation
[Fixed] Expiring certificate issue on 32-bit Android devices
[Improved] CoreLibs has been upgraded to 1.1.53
1. Uninstall previous version of AdGuard
2. Install the new AdGuard version and reboot.
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