Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14089294, 4 months ago
Noscript has for me always been a painful experience. But now it is totally out of control in my Win7/Firefox pc. The latest depradation is I can no longer pay important personal monthly bills via the net and have had to resort to sending personal checks via the US mail. And there seems to be no way to fix the problem other than the excruciating learning curve an 85 year old used must face in learning a new operating system. Ed Weldon
- Rated 2 out of 5by SGM, a month agoIt's a great extension for ONE COMPUTER alone. But if you have 2 or more computers that you use, then it creates a mess! It doesn't copy the previous settings to the "new" computer (a computer that I turn on later than the previously used one), and it resets the trusted/untrusted settings back to default on all computers! It's very very annoying. Especially when dealing with payment processors and websites that highly rely on JS.
A clearer example of the problem: I haven't used my laptop for a few months, I only use my desktop PC on a daily basis, I have tweaked the trusted/untrusted settings as I need. Then I turn my laptop on, after which my NoScript settings on my main PC also go back to default, previous tweaking was all wasted effort! Instead, it should update the laptop's NoScript settings, not the other way around, and definitely not by defaulting/resetting all!
- Rated 5 out of 5by wн|τεbʁeλÐe®i5βaЯ1εy, a month agoI've been using this extension for years. There are so many third party scripts that are completely unnecessary for the functioning of most websites that I browse. This extension allows me to control whose code runs on my computer. Try it out!
- Rated 4 out of 5by Gaby, 2 months agoAmazing for expert users
An absolute hell for a noob like me, made basically every site break
I can see the appeal and it’s an amazing too but definetly not for me lmao
- Rated 5 out of 5by moxy, 2 months agoThere are various add-ons that do affect security and privacy in a positive way, but I think this is the gold standard. Granted, it's intensive upon the user to allow and not allow exactly what they want to run which can frustrate the average user. But for anyone security-minded that is willing to put in the work, this is the best option you can have.