About NoScript

<hidden> anonymous
Created: 4 years and 4 months ago • Updated: 4 years and 4 months ago
I tried NoScript and had a horrible time. It prevented links, prevented me reading parts of the pages, prevented me from being able to order items. I spent more time assuring NoScript that I did want to allow scripts than I did using the pages. I finally just took it off. and I'm much happier.
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x.15a2
Since NoScript is a Firefox (and related products) add-on and not affiliated with DDG, you may want to address your comments to the NoScript forum at: http://forums.informaction.com/viewforum...
posted by x.15a2 Community Leader4 years and 4 months ago Link
anonymous
Consider this a wake-up call to knowing how awful most of those websites are that you visit.

It might take some getting used to but I wouldn't be caught dead wading through the shit that is on the internet without noscript.
posted by <hidden> • 4 years and 4 months ago Link
Veeshush
There's a reason why everyone serious about computer security has recommended Noscript. It's even included with Tor distributions. See: http://noscript.net/whats

The first week or so of using Noscript you're going to be adding a lot of sites to your Whitelist/allowed. After you've added a good deal of sites you trust to "Allow" then you rarely ever have to change anything.
posted by Veeshush 4 years and 4 months ago Link