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[Solved] Adfly Cookie problem

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Hope this is the right place for this.

But today i wanted to update the awsome sphax pack, but when i try downloading sphax 128x or any of the others, the adfly page says to me " Please enable Cookies in your browser. "
It is enabled. Ive also removed Adblocker, ive cleared the cache, ive tryed another browser, also tryed ccleaner.
But none of these works.
Checked if adfly was down, but its up and running.
So what now? The files on mediafire works great but everything with adfly is just not working.
Hoping for some help on this issue.
Best Regards from Norway Happy

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Same problem here; Started playing Tekkit Lite but need to update, can't get to any files. Tried Chrome, Firefox & IE, and on IE tried lowering security a bit, but no luck.

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Be sure you are not using Adblock (or something which blocks Ads) for bdcraft.net and adf.ly and try redownloading.

Have you tried Cubik? That's the first powerful and easy to use tool for 3D Modeling Meshes with some Cubes and Planes which can export for Minecraft ResourcePacks and Wavefront OBJ. Winking

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As i already sayd, i have removed adblocker and similare progs, so thats not it Happy

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Yeah I am trying to download too, on Linux.
This Adfly thing wont work, it wants to install its own .exe file download helper.
Which isnt going to work, its Linux.

I also couldnt even get to that screen through my Firefox browser with Adblock and Noscript disabled.
Had to use use unmodified Chromium browser to get past that check.

Seems a bit agressive, trying to install adware/spyware and such.
Is this a new thing perhaps?

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You do realise that the big main section on an adf.ly page is an ad? It's probably that trying to install a exe... to download the pack you need to click "Skip Ad" in the top right.

If you go to adf.ly and it instantly tries to give you an exe you'll need to report malicious code/ads to adf.ly themselves.

Do any of you have issues with other adf.ly downloads on other sites?

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You are correct Happy
It was a sneaky ad impersonating the download, tried again and got a normal ad and success.

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I have used adfly before, to get previous BDcraft versions, but not for a while. Anyone got a different link I could use to test?
I don't get a skip ad button, or an ad.
I don't use adblockers (as I read a lot of webcomics) but tried with & without browser-native popup blockers

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please add s with http
eg: if link address is http://adf.ly/HWE9u you want to add s

https://adf.ly/HWE9u like this