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Ghacks Deals: AdGuard: Lifetime Subscription (66% off)

AdGuard is a popular solution to improve your privacy and security while you are on the Internet. It blocks ads, banners, pop-ups, as well as trackers, phishing sites and fraudulent websites.

The software is available for Windows and Macintosh devices, and if you pick the family plan, also for Android and iOS.

You can buy 3-device lifetime copy of AdGuard Personal for just $19.99 and nine-device lifetime access to AdGuard Family for just $29.99 on Ghacks Deals currently.


  • Get rid of annoying banners, pop-ups & video ads once and for all
  • Hide your data from the multitude of trackers & activity analyzers that swarm the web
  • Avoid fraudulent & phishing website and malware attacks
  • Protect your kids online by restricting them from accessing inappropriate & adult content

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  1. Bobby Phoenix said on September 3, 2020 at 8:06 pm

    Awesome. Thank you so much! I’ve been using AdGuard for years (browser extension). Family lifetime license for Windows is now only $30.00. That’s $100.00 off! Holy cow! I bought one.

  2. TelV said on September 3, 2020 at 8:22 pm

    Is Adguard so much better than freebies like UBO and ABP+ that you have to pay for it then?

    1. Bobby Phoenix said on September 4, 2020 at 4:58 am

      You don’t have to pay for the browser extension. It’s free just like UBO, ABP+, or any other browser extension. You’re paying for a Windows (or equal OS) program that filters at the internet level, so all traffic is checked, blocked, sorted, before it even gets to your browsers. Plus since it’s at an OS/internet level it covers all programs on the OS to keep them safe, not just the browsers. Think of it as paying for a premium AV, but in this case it’s covering malware, adware, and ads, and leaves the AV protection to your AV program.

    2. dd said on September 4, 2020 at 5:31 am

      Yes! Paying guarantees that you will get your problems solved and you *can* complain if things don’t work for you and if you need support. In case uBO that is not the case. They always brag about they are doing it on a volunteer basis so we don’t have any right to complain if things don’t work as they should be. It is somewhat the case with a lot of FOSS projects and I really hate it.

  3. Christopher Miller said on September 4, 2020 at 2:10 am

    Not a fan of the free blockers. Adguard is the best! Bought lifetime for $15 3 years ago. You can literally take your mouse and erase anything you dont like on chrome browser. I use their vpn too with chrome extension. Well worth it in my opinion

    1. Sebas said on September 5, 2020 at 3:08 am

      @Christopher Miller Can you explain how to use the mouse to eradicate trackers and other nasty stuff?

      I am tempted to buy it, so am genuinely interested in what you write here.

  4. jobar said on September 4, 2020 at 6:26 am

    AdGuard – This is a Trojan that puts a certificate on your system.

    I don’t trust this company.

    1. Joop said on September 4, 2020 at 8:28 am
      1. Bobby Phoenix said on September 4, 2020 at 6:35 pm

        @Joop, Yep good stuff. AdGuard does an excellent job of protecting the user. I’m not sure why jobar doesn’t trust them. They haven’t had any issues that I’m aware of, and they’ve been around for a very long time, and have come recommended by many top security reviews.

    2. Bobby Phoenix said on September 4, 2020 at 5:41 pm

      That’s the spirit! LMAO

  5. Th said on September 4, 2020 at 9:20 pm

    Does this block Microsoft’s Windows 10 spyware that you can’t even block using the native HOSTS file?

  6. Sebas said on September 5, 2020 at 3:03 am

    Question: when using Adguard for Windows, will extensions like Ublock Origin, Privacy Badger, No Opener No Phishers and CSS Exfil Protection be redundant then?

    I am tempted to buy it, so any answer is appreciated.

    1. Bobby Phoenix said on September 5, 2020 at 7:01 pm

      UBO would be the only one that my not be good to run together. Having two adblock programs each with their own filtering lists is a bad conflict. Kind of like running two AV programs at the same time. Not a good idea. But the others you listed should be OK.

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