- Vurdert til 5 ut av 5av joborun, en måned sidenI've been using this at ALL TIMES for the past 12y? and I just can't think of browsing without it.
In many cases when "content" is presented as blackmail exchange for enabling scripts I just pass on the deal and seek content free of dangerous scripts.
Libre-js in theory sounds good, but in practice .. it is not feasible to manage, or worthy of trust. Mega-Corps can produce libre-open-free-code and scripts, and still be problematic, as many naive people perceive what they offer as FOSS as "a good thing", and they have no interest in ever wasting a penny to produce "a good thing", unless they are selling it.
Although I DO MISS the old 5.1.. wui I got used to this over the years, but hands down I'd still prefer it over this menu.
Luckily most serious FOSS projects and like minded web-designers produce clean easy to read content without scripts.
- Vurdert til 5 ut av 5av Blood_Wraith, en måned sidenNoScript is essentially an extra layer of ballistic glass on top of your antivirus when using Firefox, and goes great with an adblocker, such as Adblock Plus.
A good percentage of malware is spread through sketchy site scripts on dubious sites, and even some ads. A lot of that can be prevented by using NoScript and Adblock Plus.
Remember to allow scripts for sites you completely trust.
- Vurdert til 5 ut av 5av FrostbiteWeavile, 2 måneder sidenSolid 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.