Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Good extension but XSS isn't polished:
1. the popup has 4 options. But 5th most needed option is absent: Disallow all XSS from this site. Or am I missing something?
2. Options described in FAQ https://noscript.net/faq#xss aren't in sync with reality.

Read your options before using. Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Working with the options given to me from the developers. Although the lack of being able to whitelist specific websites instead of entire domains leaves something to be desired.

Not a fan of the new layout personally, but I liked it before so will try to work out my kinks again.

Edited and bumped up rating due to very quick developer response.

The option is still there and...

- "Temporarily allow all this page" is the big button with the question mark on the top right.
- You can add domains to the list, not full address, and it's always been this way
- It uninstall as cleanly as any other WebExtension. If it doesn't, it would be a Firefox bug and you should report it to Mozilla

If you need more assistance, feel free to ask at https://noscript.net/forum thank.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Уважаемый Джорджио, спасибо Вам, что продолжаете работу над NoScript и не бросаете пользователей на произвол судьбы! ;-) Однако должен сообщить, что настройки версии, иногда, самопроизвольно сбрасываются к изначальным и все скрипты приходится разрешать и запрещать по новой! :-( Возможно это происходит при очистке истории Firefox, но я, пока, в этом не уверен. :-\

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

THIS IS THE BEST APP IN THE WORLD!!! This extension has saved my butt more times than I can count. I like to call it my "Pre Anti Virus". Thanks a lot for your work. ;=)

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Noscript is very good as has saved me a lot of unwanted Internet traffic for years. But it seems to forget domain settings repeatedly since version 10.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thank you for this beautiful addon! Thank you for fighting for our security and privacy! The best , keep it up! Respect.
Don't listen to the spoiled kids..

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The best for your Privacy...Thanks a lot!!!!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Seems like a good idea, but it would block some useful features of websites, I could not re-enable. Even after add-on was deactivated the websites still did not act normally. I deleted the add-on and websites still not working properly. I had to do a complete Refresh of Firefox to get things back to normal. I cannot recommend this add-on.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

NoScript is back on top - 10.1.6 is once again a must-have add-on for Firefox Quantum. I wouldn't use this browser without NoScript.

One final general option would make this perfect for me. My rationale is that, as a user, I have not way of meaningfully distinguishing between "http://abc-def-akamaihd.net" or "...akamaihd.net". Some may, but I admittedly do not.

So a general option to "[X] Only list / manage top-level domains" would make this new, beautiful NoScript perfect for me.

Plus it works exactly the same across all of my laptops and android devices!
Incredible! Thank you, Giorgio!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

War für viele Jahre mein wichtigstes Ad-On. Nach dem katastrophalen Neustart unter Firefox 57 Quantum (praktisch unbenutzbar) funktioniert es jetzt wieder wie es soll.
Löst viele Sicherheitsprobleme und erspart aggressive nervige Werbung, während akzeptable Werbeeinblendungen zu Gunsten seriöser Betreiber gezielt freischaltbar sind. Man übernimmt die Kontrolle, über das was man sehen will.
Für mich wieder ein absolutes "Must-Have" :-)
PS. Ehemaligen Nutzern der alten Version empfehle ich zunächst ein Reset aller alten Einstellungen (Schaltfläche oben rechts). Hab im Anschluss alles wichtige wieder freigeschaltet.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I previously said

"Sadly, I have to agree with some of the other reviews.....

The new version is quite simply, POO.

This is perfectly illustrated by the fact that I had to re-allow scripts that had been set as trusted just to post this sad reflection on what was, for the most part a highly useful and mature extension with a user interface that was relatively straight forward to interpret and use.

The new interface is Terrible to put it mildly. Its over 'simplification' and design has produced a bewildering experience that makes ones head ache in a state of near vertigo when first used. Just to add insult to injury, as previously stated, you will probably have repeat the process when the settings are forgotten.

No script has always been annoying when visiting a site for the first time. Identifying the minimum scripts allowed for site functionality whilst blocking the rest, was a tedious process but it was offset by the fact it only had to be done once. The result was a huge dividend of security, privacy, speed of page load, reduced memory usage and increased stability to the browser as a whole from avoiding execution of unnecessary and in many cases poorly written, bloated code.

In short the new NoScript is a horrible disappointment, in stark contrast to the wonderful browsing experience of Firefox 57"

At that time I felt the review was completely justified.

But, there is hope!

The UI is improving and in some ways, superior to the old which I think we all have to agree was a bit clumsy.

I understand now the 'forgetting' of settings directly attributable to the API changes in Quantum and Mozillas role in it and the unfair but understandable scorn from users like myself who have become accustomed to features being removed and UI changes from likes of Microsoft and others in the name of 'progress' and our willingness to unload both barrels as a result.

I persisted with noscript, temporally allowing just about everything, relying on Sandboxie protection.

It improves with every update to my everlasting gratitude and I cannot wait for the day I rate it 5 stars!

THANK YOU to the developer(s) for all of your hard work and persistence in the face of mounting criticism from people like myself.

No Script is in my opinion a vital extension for security, privacy, stability, user control and the enrichment of the browsing experience...

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thank you for the interface changes! I uninstalled this extension after the Quantum update because I found the UI changes frustrating, but I'm glad I gave it a second chance. I really appreciate the improvements, Mr. Maone.

I recall seeing a lot of nasty reviews after the update. I hope anyone who uninstalled the extension would consider giving it another shot. It's as good as it was before. :)

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

My comments were removed. I'm not sure about the reasons.

I switched back from ScriptSafe + Netcraft extension to NoScript for about a week. Overall, I think the current version of NS is quite smooth to use. The current UI is understandable but it is still far from perfect. However, I think it is worth to trade some convenience for better security.

I have the following suggestions for NS. Some of them were suggested before indeed.

1. Include a button to allow all scripts globally in the main UI. Sometimes when we do something really important, such as making a payment online, we would like to allow all scripts globally and temporarily. Having the button in the main UI would save us a few seconds each time. In contrast, the button "Temporarily allow all this page" has very little practical use in my opinion.

2. As some other users pointed out, get rid of the "slider" thing. It takes up too much space so it makes the list of scripts unreadable. It also makes the position of the buttons not consistent.

3. The list of scripts can be sorted in a better way. List the blocked scripted at the top and the allowed scripts at the bottom.

Overall, I think the current version of NS is much better than 2 months ago and it does what it is supposed to do now. NS seems to be the only firefox addon which provide protection beyond blocking javascripts. It worth 4 or 5 stars in my opinion. Thanks for Giorgio's patience to fix NS frequently despite the amount of hate comments.

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No localization, JavaScript bookmarks not working Rated 3 out of 5 stars

NoScript 5 was available in 54 languages. NoScript 10 supports 1 locale, English. And I see no plan to add more.

The other problem is that I have bookmarks containing JavaScript to search for archives of the current page in The Internet Archive. They have worked with NoScript 5, but now they work only if I enable JavaScript on the current site, which is usually unwanted, especially for random sites with no HTTPS. And when I close the dialog, it reloads the page just to make sure every piece of malicious JavaScript does run… NoScript 5 had a setting to disable auto-reload. (Speaking of archive.org: I trust in archive.org’s own JS code, also in some sites’ code, but not in all sites’. There is no option to enable only part of JavaScript on a given domain. Although, in contrast with the above, this wasn’t available in NoScript 5, either.)

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

best privacy extension i have

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Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Third try for me. Id love to use this addon again. Still bad. Not as bad as where you started, but..

Why does some domains show up up to four times(!) in the list (black, white, with http, without http) ? Whatever the reason, it wasnt like that before (old addon), so I guess it does not need to be like that now.
The popups xss are ANNOYING.
When you browse a new site and click on noscript, its still very hard to determine what is blocked and what not, at a glance. It takes time to look to the whole list. It is really not very intuitive. Not at all actually, sorry.

Reduce the number of entries. (Group those beloging to the same domain and hide whatever the seperation is good for under custom)
Right align the text of the entries!! The list looks horrible and is hard to read.
One(!) status icon at the left of every entry to show the current status of an entry: blocked, temp blocked,allowed, temp allowed.
Colors: red and green, with and without a clock for temporaliy. Btw: No body cares if its blocked or allowed by "default".
At the right of every entry: 5 Buttons. One for each status and custom. The button which represnts the status it already has, is greyed out.
Thats it. Get rid of the bloody useless "slider"-thing. Let me explain why: its a GUI-design rule that buttons have to stay at their place. When you move the silder thing, buttons move as well. That makes pleople look around and prevens quickly using the UI.

Do that and people will get it and love it again, I promise.:)

But as I've suggested that before and you've ignored it, I am afraid you will stay on your path and get the hate.

BTW: when you try to use noscript on this very site here, it does not show the usual UI but goes directly to the options page. Odd.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars


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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It seems that everything works. But I have a questions ... how are things with the clear-click protection and management of the cookies? Or these items are no longer needed in the new firefox? Thank you.

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Incredible work on the port Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I don't know how you made this work with an unfinished toy "extension" engine, but you have always done amazing work, Mr. Maone. Thanks.

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Rated 2 out of 5 stars

I used to use noscript all the time. Since Quantum, though, it has just been a mess of issues for me. I was forced to uninstall today after Noscript decided to block me from visiting a majority of websites, including Google, despite it being explicitly allowed on my filter. Even setting to global "Allow all" did not work.

I really miss the speed and efficiency of the pre-Quantum Noscript. There is just a lot more clicking around and it's much harder to read the hierarchy of scripts.

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