- by Firefox user 15666953, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5Sadly underrated, but in my experience more user friendly than noscript security suite and it doesnt break websites as much either. I would give it a full 5 star rating if it wasnt for the ads you put in the UI which I think is unnessecary.
- by Firefox user 14221448, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5I started using this add-on after uMatrix started messing up after the switch to FF quantum. I think that the author isn't getting a fair shake from all the negative reviews. That said, he is probably to blame for giving his product an almost identical name to the real NoScript. I personally just use this to block 3rd-party scripts and elements. If that's all you wish to do, then his provides the simplest, albeit not necessarily the easiest, way to do so.
- Whitelisting/blacklisting with regexp
- minimalist and out of your way
- trivial to switch off at any time
- can log to console for debugging purposes
- Whitelist/blacklist respectively only use one regexp each for each type of content. I had to cook up a convoluted way of writing my regexps like this:
- Not recommended for people who intend to block ALL scripts and objects by default as opposed to just 3rd party ones.
- Name is misleading and should not be construed as being related to NoScript.
Overall, while my browsing experience might not be absolutely 100% safe, it is definitely comfy. I would recommend this to someone who is familiar with scripting and the web who also appreciates the KISS principle.
- by Firefox user 12520026, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5it's a lite!
not fair and a little bit pointless to compare it with old noscript addon (< ff57). But definitely it's better as the new noscript-10.1.1 (quantum compatib). Which is almost not usable...
- by Firefox user 13245045, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5Does as advertised.It allows blocking all scripts,styles and images in any website,hence the suffix lite.
I'm waiting for a fully featured version with more fine grained options ,but this will do for now.