Rated 4 out of 5 stars

NoScript is essential and useful but the Android version seems not to have the right click [NoScript] element apparent to allow then management of which sites scripts are allowed. Only atm via the add-ons and preferences whitelist.. that does not work well for knowing which domain a URL is trying to pull. Too many websites draw on 3rd party sites for essential elements than not having this available on the Android version is a nuisance. My impression was that this was available initially and seemed then to disappear.. I don't know if that's a bug or my confusion but surprised that this is a problem.. would be 5* otherwise.

Firefox bug

The menu is there at startup, but it disappears from time to time. To make it appear again, you need to disable and then re-enable again the add-on. If this is what is happening to you, it seems Firefox bug https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=832990 is not quite fixed yet...

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

I love this addon, and use it since many years, but since the introduction of FF Quantum, it's so buggy and hard to use. I hope they'll fix it soon, otherwise I'll have to look for alternatives

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely fabulous! Previous to the installation, Firefox was a memory wasting application using a masive amount of CPU time and memory, now my system is running very well.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Really necessary.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Unlike the old noscript, the new one can only do generic domains. So, there's no way to allow the domain 'google.com' when you are at the URL www.google.com', but block it when you are at a different URL.

Additionally, the extension defaults to permitting all scripts - which defeats the purpose of the extension. You can only block scripts from a new website after you've already loaded the page, and had those scripts do whatever they were planning to do once.

Finally, some websites just don't work with noscript enabled, even after using the 'temporarily allow all' function, leading me to constantly have to enable or disable the extension.

1. NoScript Options > Appearance > Show full addresses in permissions popup.
2. Nope, the DEFAULT preset (which applies to all the "unknown" websites) has NO script permissions, unless you've changed it from NoScript Options > General > Presets customization
3. Please report those sites at https://noscript.net/forum -- also please notice recent NoScript versions have a new "Disable all restrictions for this tab" command which may help your use case.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Noscript has blocked a lot of bad junk even back in the days of when I used windows.
Redirects and clickjacking and even worse stuff.

To those reviews who still are angry about past mistakes he made, get over it please.

Noscript gives your browser rock solid security. This is why I use firefox/firefox derivatives.

The allow globally dangerous scripts option is a must for newbies and impaitent people.

Thank you once again Giorgio Maone! This addon is the best I have seen on firefox ever!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Great idea, but it ended up being useless to me because the URL field is truncated until unreadable. Adding a way to read the URL would immediately change this to 4 stars for my limited uses. Adding script types/classes/categories as well as URL viewing is closer to what I image as 5 stars.

Which URL field? the one in the Options page?

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Ursprünglich wohl ein großartiges Addon, inwzischen aber komplett unbrauchbar und Müll, da schlechterweise die Funktion entfernt wurde, alle Scripts einer Seite temporär zu erlauben. Stattdessen muss man entweder alle Scripts immer erlauben, oder diese mühselig einzeln erlauben, was gut und gerne einen Nachmittag dauert pro Seite (!), da man u.a. die unterschiedlichen Reihenfolgen beachten muss und ständig neuladen.

Selbst wenn die Funktion nun einfach nur extrem unzugänglich ist, aber irgendwie freischaltbar wäre, wäre das Plugin deutlich entwertet.

Nun entspricht es den üblichen "schlechteren" Alternativen auf Chrome! Weil immer alle alles nachmachen müssen, selbst wenn es sinnlos oder schlechter ist...

"Temporarily set all on this page to TRUSTED" is still there, and you've got also the new "Disable all restrictions for this tab only" too. What do you believe you're missing, exactly?

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Firefox and no script. Love them both

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It's very nice to block tons of s**t, on different sites, and only watch the content you want.
I will use NoScript as long as I live, it's a must have, when you want control over harmful scripts, not getting on your PC.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

好用

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

uMatrix гораздо лучше!

Can't log in to Origin.com Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I can not login to EA's website "Origin.com" because it opens in a pop up, and hides noscript so that I can not see which websites to allow.

This user has a previous review of this add-on.

You can use either the context menu or the keyboard shortcut

Alt+Shift+N opens NoScript's UI wherever you are. Otherwise, just right click on the page and select the NoScript icon.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Круто

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Had issues previously with certain sites, tried again now and all my issues appear to be resolved. Thank you so much for providing this important security functionality!

This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thank you

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

effective but it blocks even turned to whitelist. un installing it was a must for me.

If it does, it would be a bug. Could you please report it?

Could you please explain what was blocked even if whitelisted at https://noscript.net/forum so, if it was a bug, we could fix it?
Thanks!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

great

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

viel security für wenig aufwand, top

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

A very long time user of this addon, besides Adblock Plus it's first one I installed for over a decade. I installed it on family members computers and it helped mitigate the crap from infecting their computers. Firefox was typically secure but flash and other plugins were a landmine just waiting for you to visit the right website!

Fast forward to recently and exploitable Plugins are dead, browsers are better secured and advertisements are starting to become regulated but We now have crypto miners, and cpus that can be exploited directly from the browser. Yep, Noscript still has its use.

The new version of Noscript blocks more than scripts. It functions similar to Ublock, But it has limited control on per sites rules. We should be able to add our own presents, instead of just 3. Which is why I prefer Ublock now because it offers finer control and a more intuitive interface, but you need to rtfm to get the best results.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (10.1.7.5). 

"Custom" is how you deploy site-specific rules...