Why you need ad injection SDK

Browser companies (Mozilla, Google, Microsoft) limit the usage of Toolbars and browser extension.
Soon users will only be able install extensions approved by Google on Chrome.

This has led to media companies to adapt with an almost certain loss of revenues, at an attempt to comply with new challenging regulations.

Happily Komodia can help with these challenges via the ad injection SDK. Additionally supporting Safari and Opera, two browsers that are not monetize by current plugins solutions.

Komodia’s solution

Komodia’s Redirector SDK, can be used to easily inject javascript into any place in the HTML (HTTP or HTTPS) without relying on browser extensions. Also the code can be used for all five leading browsers which means that you don’t have to write different code per browser.

How does it work

You install Komodia’s SDK on the desktop machine (it’s 3mb compressed, size can be lowered if you don’t need to decrypt SSL pages), by calling the .exe with install flags, and after it’s installed you can choose to intercept any browser on the desktop.

After the traffic is intercepted you can inspect it using the DLL or COM framework and decide per page if you want to inject Javascript or any other HTML component.


The SSL Digestor component allows you to get/modify/inject all SSL traffic decrypted and without any warning messages to the user.


There will be added latency but not noticeable for regular users. Also the SSL decryption adds CPU consumption.

Anti viruses

The SDK has anti virus capabilities and each compiled version generates a totally new version.

Global proxy interception

The SDK allows you to intercept all traffic going to a localhost global proxy which means you can:

Ad injection SDK vs global proxy

Some companies use global proxy which is relatively easy to develop (the part of installing a custom root CA can be a challenge). There are number of problems with this approach: