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December 6, 2015

4 Solutions to Open Adf.ly ‘Skip Ad’ Page without Error

Adf.ly stuck? "Skip-Ad" page is not opening? Not able to access the original link?
Need a permanent Solution?

Here is it you are looking for:

How to skip adf.ly ad

Sometimes you are trying to open a link which is "hidden behind adf.ly ads", but it does not work and returns error message. Or redirect you to a blank page or a warning page.

The warning page is somewhat like this:

"Your requested URL has been blocked as per the directions received from Department of Telecommunications, Government of India. Please contact administrator for more information."

Why does Adf.ly Links are not Opening on my Computer?



Possible reasons are:

  1. Adf.ly is blocked in your country or blocked by your ISP (Internet Service Provider). That's why it’s not working for you.
  2. Your Browser Cookies are disabled.
  3. An Ad-blocker tool or ad-on is installed on your Computer.


4 Working Solutions to Open the Adf.ly "Skip Ad" Page without any Error:


When you are unable to reach the skip ad page and not getting the hidden link. Try these 4 solutions given below. Just not only for Adf.ly, you can apply these solution to any url shortner, website, or any webpage. Let's start,

  • Solution 1: Enable your browser cookies. Then try to open the link which is giving error.

  • Solution 2: Uninstall Ad-blocker tool or add-on (if any installed). Then try to open the adf.ly link.

  • Solution 3: Use https://, instead of http:/

As shown in the Image below:

https secured


Example for Solution 3:
 
http://adf.ly Does not work and redirect you to a blank page or a warning page.

Instead of normal link (http) try using,

https://adf.ly. This will work and takes you to the ad page, now you can skip the ad and access the hidden link.

As shown in the Image below:

HTTP vs. HTTPS


The difference between these two HTTP & HTTPS is only a single S. But this single S makes a huge difference.


Difference between HTTP and HTTPS: 


HTTP vs. HTTPS, what is the difference between both of these?
HTTPS stand for "Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure". It is the secure version of HTTP, the protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to. The 'S' at the end of HTTPS stands for 'Secure'. It means all communications between your browser and the website are encrypted. Actually HTTPS is a combination of HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) and SSL (Secure Socket Layer protocol) / TLS (Transport Layer Security).

On the other hand, HTTP is absolutely not secure. Packet data send with HTTP is NOT encrypted. In short, when you are viewing a web page on HTTP, you are not fully secured.


All the 3 above-mentioned solutions not worked for you! Don't worry, we have a final working solution for you.

  • Solution 4: If all three of the above given solutions do not work for you. The final alternative is Ultra Surf.


What is Ultra Surf?


Ultra Surf is an HTTP Proxy System, commonly used to open blocked websites.

Run Ultra Surf and open any website blocked by your ISP or in your country.
Download it and don’t worry about the installation or settings.You do not need to do anything, just double click on it and the program will run. Now open the link on your web-browser, and open any website which is blocked for you.

Download Ultra Surf Official Link

Mirror Link

I hope this guide will help you and will save your precious time.

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