NoScript 10

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Nanobot, Nov 14, 2017.

  1. Sampei Nihira

    Sampei Nihira Registered Member

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    Out Noscript Classic 5.1.9. https://noscript.net/getit

    Grazie Giorgio.:thumb:
     
  2. mood

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    NoScript v10.1.9.8 (October 6, 2018)
     
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    NoScript v10.1.9.9 (October 16, 2018)
     
  4. act8192

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    Thank you. Just installed into SeaMonkey 2.49.4.
     
  5. mood

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    NoScript v10.2.0 (November 25, 2018)
     
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    NoScript v10.2.1 (December 23, 2018)
     
  7. mood

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    NoScript v10.2.2 (March 17, 2019)
    v 10.2.2
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    x [L10n] Updated Transifex-managed locales
    + Cascading top document's restrictions to subdocuments is now
    an option in the General section and defaults to true on
    the Tor Browser only
    + "Scan uploads for potential cross-site attacks" and "Ask
    confirmation for cross-site POST requests which could not
    be scanned" options: in Tor Browser default false and true,
    respectively, as a work-around for mozbug 1532530
    + [Tor] "Override Tor Browser Security Level preset" option
    + [Tor] Selective handling of Tor Browser specific settings
    x Updated TLDs
    x [XSS] Updated event names
    x Safer cookie-less check for unrestricted tabs from subdocs
    x [Build] Easier version bumps to next rc (build.sh bump rcX)
    x Fixed unrestricted tabs not affecting about:blank subframes
    (issue #48, thanks musonius for reporting)
    x [XSS] Updated known HTML events lists
    + [Locale] Added sv_SE (by Jonatan Nyberg)
     
  8. mood

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    NoScript v10.2.3 (March 19, 2019)
     
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    NoScript v10.2.4 (March 20, 2019)
     
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    NoScript v10.2.5 (March 25, 2019)
     
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    NoScript v10.6 (April 7, 2019)
     
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    NoScript v10.6.1 (April 10, 2019)
     
  13. Krusty

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    Gees, the updates are getting pushed out fairly quickly lately.

    Thanks @mood . :thumb:
     
  14. Nanobot

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    NoScript extension officially released for Google Chrome

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    https://hackademix.net/2019/04/12/cross-browser-noscript-hits-the-chrome-store/
     
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  15. JRViejo

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    @Nanobot Thanks! :thumb: Working pretty good on my Google Chrome PortableApps version 73.0.3683.86. :)
     
  16. IvoShoen

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    Thanks! Working great with Edge Canary.
     
  17. Rasheed187

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  18. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    I love Noscript. Once you get your head around it there aren't issues. I like the fact it blocks a lot of stuff out of the gate. Not hard to get around that
     
  19. Azure Phoenix

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    I tried for a short a while and so far uBlock origin seems more user-friendly in regards with script blocking.
     
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  20. bo elam

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    For NoScript to start making sense, to click on your head, testing it/using it for a short while is not enough. For me, it took about 6 months, after that, using the program became as easy as drinking water.

    Bo
     
  21. Azure Phoenix

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    I know how it works. And it makes sense but so far I see uBlock Origin as more user-friendly.
     
  22. bo elam

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    I have no problem with that. But so you know, NoScript can be easy. It can be set and forget. If you learn how to use it properly, to set it up properly, you should be able to go hours, perhaps days with minimal interaction with the program. For the bulk of sites that I visit daily or regularly, I dont have to do anything with NoScript for the sites to work. I visit the sites, and they work.

    Anyway, you like UBO, I think thats great. I like NoScript better. I love choices. The more choices, the better.

    Bo
     
  23. Rasheed187

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    The thing is, it doesn't make sense to block scripts on a global level. It will require too much fine tuning in order for it to never break stuff. You must also remember that browsers have become a lot safer, so no need to block most scripts.

    It does make sense to block scripts related to ads and trackers, and that's exactly what tools like uBlock, Ghostery and Privacy Badger do. They will protect against being tracked and against malvertising. Not to forget, they will speed up page loading, without breaking stuff most of the time.
     
  24. Mrkvonic

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    Blocking scripts is not about security - it's about peace and quiet - instead of waiting for useless content to load, you just get the text.
    Mrk
     
  25. Rasheed187

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    Exactly, and you don't necessarily need NoScript for this. I tried NoScript on a bunch a sites, and they all malfunctioned. I really don't have the time to fine tune stuff.
     
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