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DIY eBlocker using a Raspberry Pi

DIY eBlocker using a Raspberry Pi
| Editorial Staff

Do you like creating your own electrical projects? Have you purchased a Raspberry Pi and needed a project to try? Are you tired of your privacy being stolen from you on the Internet? Do you hate ads and ad trackers? Well, we have a project for you. You can download and try our eBlockerOS on your own Raspberry Pi device.

Before Downloading

Before we send you to the “Download” guide, we would like to explain the benefits of a network-level adblocker over traditional adblockers in the browser. The biggest advantage is that adverts don‘t even reach your devices, any of the devices in your home, PC, Mac, iPad, etc. This reduces the volume of data, the likelihood of malware infection from malicious advertising decreases, plus tracking of your browser activity is also blocked.
The eBlocker Controlbar, which is automatically appearing on every site you visit, gives you full control over the numerous features. With just a click you can route your web-traffic through the preconfigured Tor Client, or a VPN of your choice – individually per device. Configure it once and all your devices in your home network can benefit from the eBlocker.

Our eBlockerOS software has a number of licensing options

  • The Base version, free to use for 30 days, helps with IP-anonymization
  • Our Pro version, which you can take a free 30-day trial, offers ad and tracker blocking and device cloaking, which can help you with dynamic pricing sites. Using this feature you can fake being a different device like an iPhone or an Android device and it’ll often change prices on shopping and travel sites, what a deal
  • eBlocker Family ads Parental Controls with cross-device internet time allowance and options to regulate access to unwanted content for your children

The Bottom Line

So tech-savvy users, just download eBlockerOS for free today and instantly browse the web truly anonymously. You only require a Raspberry Pi or Banana Pi (see our list of supported hardware), as well as an 8Gb, class 10, SD-Card.

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