The links for those ad blockers (one of them is a script blocker, it's primary purpose isn't blocking adverts but it does it as a side effect of the script blocking security it provides) are below.https://noscript.net/
Note that after installing noscript it might take a few days for it to "learn" what you like (by you allowing or untrusting various domains in it's options when you visit pages). When you need to watch videos or use certain functions on certain sites you have to allow the domains which the videos are coming from and often allow a few of the other things as well. But if you don't allow advert sites with it, and you make sure to only allow trustworthy sites then it will secure your browsing and block adverts very effectively. When you visit a page and noscript blocks certain functions of that page which you want you have to go through noscript's list of blocked domains and objects on that page until things work well, you shouldn't need to do this often in future as noscript will remember the sites you allow (unless you choose only to temporarily allow). So noscript means you need to make a few extra clicks when you first visit some sites. Basic content on pages will work without you needing to allow anything, so allow the sites you trust, when you're generally browsing you should be able to leave most things blocked and untrust advertising domains. https://adblockplus.org/
Note that after installing adblockplus you should probably go to it's icon in the top right corner of firefox, click on the "filter preferences" option in the drop down box and then untick "allow some non-intrusive advertising".
Edited by rp88, 01 June 2015 - 06:33 PM.
Back on this site, for a while anyway, been so busy the last year.
My systems:2 laptops, intel i3 processors, windows 8.1 installed on the hard-drive and linux mint 17.3 MATE installed to USB