I'm cautious about my wording for this topic's title to make sure I'm not leveraging NoScript's fame to promote my Proxomitron filterset. The reason I'm referencing NoScript is because my filters are designed to function very similarly to NoScript (without all the advanced features such as clickjacking protection, etc.), with the added benefit that it can be used in all browsers, including Firefox. Tested and working in IE, Firefox, Chromium, Safari, Opera. Should work well in all browsers that allow the user to use an HTTP proxy. There may be inconsistencies across browsers in terms of appearance. Follows is a basic overview of my filter set and screenshots. For more information and to download my filterset, please visit TUOPF (The Un-Official Proxomitron Forum): http://prxbx.com/forums/showthread.php?tid=970 What it does: I'd like to think of it as a "NoScript" for all browsers (thanks to Proxomitron of course). Basically removes all <(no|)script|applet|object|embed)> (and iframe as of Nov. 11, 2007) tags on sites that aren't in the whitelist, and gives you the option of adding an untrusted site to the whitelist - (by two methods: 1) by domain, showing you have great trust in them and, 2) by domain + path, which is ideal for a trusted subdirectory on a domain) - in the very simple yet easy to use "navigation" bar that appears on all filtered sites. You can easily choose to allow embed or iframe tags (for example) by default by simply going into Header filters and unticking the respective checkbox beside the filter(s). By default, all tags are set to be removed. Screenshots: Buttons are now translucent (when not hovered over). The green "A" button toggles the Allow options, while the red "B" button bypasses all filtering on the current page. Counters are shown when your cursor is over the two buttons (and are automatically hidden when your mouse isn't over them). New in v5.60, you see a list of external, third-party scripts that have been removed (if any) If you click on Allow (the green button), you can choose to allow the whole host or the specific path. If you click on Advanced, you're able to tick which elements you want to allow for the host/path. The Advanced link acts as a toggle to display the element checklist.