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README.md

Resilience

Resilience is an ad blocker for your computer that works with any browser on any operating system.

Resilience doesn't sell out your privacy with "acceptable ads". Resilience won't be blocked by your web browser's developers. Resilience won't ever stop defending your privacy and your right to block ads on your goddamn computer.

Resilience is currently in early alpha! test, contribute, suggest fixes and improvements! The goal is to get it to a state where it's just as easy to use as uBlock.

Goals

Features List

  • Download blocked hosts list from secure server.
  • Parse EasyList format into HTTP proxy rules.
  • HTTP proxy for Windows, Linux and macOS.
  • Launch at startup and show tray icon.
  • Automatically update hosts list on startup and every 24 hours.
  • Check for Resilience client updates automatically.
  • Store block list and load locally on startup -- check remote hash for updates
  • Interface available in English, French, German and Spanish
  • Web interface for managing blocks, adding exceptions or custom blocks.

Assets Needed

  • Website: Help and Docs

Build

You must have Go installed in order to build Resilience.

Windows

Build.cmd dependencies
Build.cmd

Resilience will be located at cmd/resilience/resilience.exe.

Linux and macOS

make dependencies
make all

Resilience will be located at cmd/resilience/resilience.

Getting Started

In order to use Resilience, you must configure it as your system's HTTP and HTTPS proxy by setting them both to localhost:7341. People testing an early alpha already know how to do this, but better help instructions will come in due course.

License

Authored by Nadim Kobeissi and released under the MIT license.

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