Rated 4 out of 5by TheTwitcher, 4 months ago
Has a very intuitive UI so it is easier to learn than uBlock Origin's medium mode. However, it can only allow or deny all scripts based on the server domain and cannot filter individual scripts.
- Rated 5 out of 5by FrostbiteWeavile, 5 days agoSolid extension; one should never leave the homepage without it.
Granted, it can sometimes be a hassle to find the right scripts to turn on to get a website to function. Once they are found, though, it feels like said site has the potential to be hundreds of times safer and more convenient to explore with other needless (or even perhaps harmful) scripts turned off.
Though I should mention... as of late, McAfee Site Advisor appears to have been discontinued recently and is no longer working, so you might want to find a replacement for that link.
- Rated 1 out of 5by phantom, 14 days agoAccess to all of my data?! NO THANKS. not worth giving over my passwords.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Robert s, a month agoIt was OK for years. I trusted FedEx but it will not load now. I am unable to see when a package will be delivered. Saying it is a privileged page and I can't change it. I'm going to uninstsll it. I have to be able to see these pages so nosscipt is now nomore.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Christian Alain Martel, a month agoNoScript is a nice idea on paper but actual use is such an effort that it exceeds its apparent benefit. This app needs a feature so that the community of users can contribute to what features on a web site need to be refused and which are acceptable. For each user to have to go over this mountain of work is rediculous.