Rated 4.5 out of 5
4.5 Stars out of 5
by Firefox user 16210350, 2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
NoScript has always been working very good. You can set it up to run on your frequently website once. After that it will remember your settings so NoScript dont just "break" things. Put all the ad company and google spy service to Untrusted. Put the "good" ones to temp trusted so you can see that it works. For example YouTube you would like to be trusted so it works. Google.com you would want to add to Untrusted. Play around with the settings then you have a great protection.
- by Firefox user 16266848, a month agoRated 4 out of 5A good addon, but for some reason it decided to block the nvidia.com website for reasons unknown.. Had to reset the addon to get access back to the site so I could download graphics drivers..
- by Firefox user 14295532, a month agoRated 4 out of 5A wonderful Add-On, I love it and use it since many years.
Alas, in the latest Version 11.0.41, there seems to be a severe bug.
When saving complete web-pages (with pictures), FF 68.12.0esr freezes for quite a while.
Then, in the download log, it says "failed".
When I press the redo-button, saving works instantly.
With NoScript deactivated, saving works normal.
Without that, I had given 5 stars.
Hoping for improvement, for this is really annoying.
- by Join2, a month agoRated 3 out of 5Lately when I look in the trusted list there are about 40 websites marked as trusted like: google-yahoo-hotmail etc...............I have not added these to the trusted list. So who put these websites in this list? Uninstall noscript and install again same problem. Cannot remove these sites, meaning I don't know how to. So untrusted by hand. What is this, some malware/adware?