To keep things short and sweet --
NoScript is, as others have said, an awesome addon. I've been using it with Ghostery for years, and it's great.
However, the developer's site is riddled with suspicious, spammy-looking ads (e.g. -- "PC slowing you down? Free Scan!"). It does seem contradictory.
NoScript is a script-filtering plugin for Mozilla Firefox. It is fantastic for scrubbing, deactivating and activating certain functionalities as well as inspecting what the website's script is actually trying to do when you connect to it.
NoScript helpfull nd secure tool an Add - On for Firefox;
now can keep cool while surfing,
Just enable JavaScrit/Java/Flash with one click,
only for the sites you realy trust in
Surf Clean With NoScript, Now the CandyMan Can
The CandyMan Can
Enjoy the easy handling, Download and Installation easy too, just take u few seconds nd watch the process after finish start ya browser new
now you are surfing secure with NoScript
Thanks to all people which developed it all
When you browse a site containing blocked scripts a notification, similar to those issued by popup blocker, is shown.
One of the best, if not the best, plugins for Firefox. Puts control of security back in the hands of the user. It protects users by shutting down all user-end scripts unless you allow the site to run. Additionally, clicking on a link with the middle-mouse button will allow you to quick-link to webrep sites such as MyWOT. The plugin protects against a massive amount of malware and virus attacks.
I personally use this plugin with Ghostery (prevents sites from tracking you), Adblocker (eliminates annoying and potentially dangerous ads), and Avast! WebRep (comes free with even Avast's free antivirus- I also recommend it).
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