Hi and thanks for your interest in AdRotate Pro!
Adblockers, as far as I’m aware look for a bunch of strings in urls and filenames.
One of them is adrotate and some common strings in the plugin that identify widgets for example.
With AdRotate Pro you can suffix most of those strings with a random hash so that the adblockers filter doesn’t work anymore on the AdRotate generated output.
If you’re trying to ‘hide’ an obvious advert like an Adsense advert there is little AdRotate can do, but for less common/more inconspicuous adverts it works pretty good.
There is no demo site, AdRotate Free sort of serves as a demo to get a feel for the plugin.