NoScript definitely means NO Scripts Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I like the idea of NoScript, but it quickly became blocking overkill. I ended up removing the program. Almost every page has scripts on it somewhere and having to constantly allow them became tedious after a while, especially when some pages won't even open until you allow the scripts. Even my firewall and cookies settings aren't that stringent. Just as I don't want to approve each and every cookie, I don't want to have to approve each and every script.

I agree with others, an on/off feature would be nice. I generally know when I am foraging into dangerous territory where I might encounter harmful scripts and need to block them. But generally speaking most scripts I encounter aren't harmful and anything put onto my computer by them are quickly disposed up via my spyware/adware programs.

Or a feature whereby the program can intuitively identify harmless scripts and automatically allows them globally so I am not constantly having to allow them on every site.

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