Blocks specific sites from appearing in Google search results
This browser extension prevents blacklisted sites from appearing in Google search results.
You can add rules on search result pages, or on sites to be blocked by clicking the toolbar icon. Rules can be specified either by match patterns (e.g.
*://*.example.com/*) or by regular expressions (e.g.
Subscription was implemented in version 3. If you add a subscription, a blacklist will be regularly downloaded from the specified URL.
To publish a blacklist as a subscription, place a blacklist file encoded in UTF-8 on a suitable HTTP(S) server, and publish the URL. Here is an example hosted on GitHub.
To build this extension, Node.js is required.
git clone https://github.com/iorate/uBlacklist.git cd uBlacklist npm install # Build a production version for Firefox npm run build:firefox:production
uBlacklist is licensed under MIT License.