How to use Firefox add-on to block ads in Free VPN Hotspot Shield

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The free services of VPN are not easy to find, because the majority of the services of VPN do not have the free version, only allow you to examine for a few days. Now the service of the free VPN is UltraVPN and Alonweb, but from time to time the free services come and go, as that was the case for AlwaysVPN and Relakks.

Hotspot Shield creates a virtual private network (VPN) between your laptop or iPhone and the internet gateway. This impenetrable tunnel prevents snoopers, hackers, ISP’s, from viewing your web browsing activities, instant messages, downloads, credit card information or anything else you send over the network. In a word, their application keeps your internet connection secure, private, and anonymous. Most important, it is totally free! That’s why I am pleased to introduce Hotspot Shield to you in one of my Bukisa articles.

Now, one of the cons of using Hotspot Shield is the annonying ads built into HSS monetization scheme. The problem is the massive box on the top of every page users surfed, which is completely vanquishing an incredible chunk of screen real-estate. Here is how to solve this problem.

First, you should use Firefox or at least use it when browsing using Hotspot Shield. Then download an add-on called Adblock. No need to configure the add-on, it just lodges in place and has a solid, constantly-updated subscription to ad definitions. It is very easy to turn the extension on/off via a button in the toolbar.

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