Rated 5 out of 5 stars

No-Script, it order for it to be what everyone really need, has to have a black list. When I hear the word "white-list" it freaks me out. It give a sense that the web is fine and dandy. It is a lot easier to build a black-list then to add exceptions to a white one. No-script erases all saved password and cookies even when I specified not to touch them (is it trying to click-jack em all when I re-type them. They were all fine before no-script messes-up).
So Yes-Script gives me for javascript the kind of help as Ad-BlockPlus for html adds.
That's all I need for now. I don't need a bloated addon that cannot pay-back its bloating ram, please.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.7).