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Noscript Alternatives

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  • What is the best way to learn LaTex?
    2 projects | | 24 Jan 2023
    By today's experience, I point to as point of entry. It equally is among the resources / getting started (column on the right). On the landing page, choose your language / script and start -- don't worry about installation, train at your pace. Each track is about the same basics plus a few (but very helpful) details specific to the language in question. All you need is a web browser with support of JavaScript (i.e., toggle-off NoScript for these pages).
  • What’s going on with Chrome?
    10 projects | | 7 Jan 2023
  • Lifelong Chrome user switching to Firefox, are there any extensions that are a MUST on the browser?
    20 projects | | 24 Dec 2022
    maybe NoScript
  • Website Bypasser doesn't work
    2 projects | | 26 Nov 2022
    I think part of the problem is the SS bypass function is just not great. Another part might be not having everything whitelisted that needs to be. For example, using the NoScript browser plugin I can see that this webpage right here attempts connections to,,,, and
  • I (college student) Keep Having to Order New Chase Debit Cards Because They Keep Getting Compromised. What do I do?
    2 projects | | 25 Nov 2022
    If there is a keylogger or virus on your laptop then your #1 priority should be to get rid of it. From the information you've given here, it's impossible to tell what it is or how hard it might be to remove. Someone (trustworthy!) with physical access to the computer might have a better chance at figuring that out. But honestly, the best way to be sure is to reinstall the operating system from scratch. (Yes, you will lose any files that aren't backed up, but that's kind of the point, you have to get rid of everything associated with the keylogger.) Once that's done, you should see if you can prevent yourself from getting another one. Again, it's hard to know what you should actually be doing without knowing how the presumed keylogger got on your computer in the first place, but as a start it might help to install some browser extensions which can help websites from running sketchy code - I personally use uBlock Origin and Script Safe (or NoScript is a fine alternative to the latter), and Ghostery is another one a lot of people like.
  • NoScript Site Compromised?
    3 projects | | 15 Aug 2022
  • This recent days i have see multiples "Disable adblock" in websites, is there a way to bypass then ?
    3 projects | | 3 Aug 2022
    something like noscript or safescript will let you individually allow items from different urls and sub urls. It takes some time to setup but is incredibly versatile.
  • Dahua UI passiworeld
    2 projects | | 26 Jul 2022
    Is this a web page? You might be able to customize the noscript plugin to let you use that page.
  • Swedish Radio created fake pharmacy, reveals how Facebook stored sensitive data
    3 projects | | 30 Jun 2022
    If you, as a dweller on the interwebs, do not block all things related to FAANG yet, then you are to blame [1], [2], [3].

    Also, as a country or nation state, if you do not curtail and prosecute these thieves of private data, then you show you don't care enough about your populace.

    [1] I recommend using a combo of

    [2] Ublock Origin:

    [3] and No-script:

  • New laptop.. how can I minimise risk of viruses?
    2 projects | | 29 Apr 2022
    In terms of browser extensions: AdBlock requires that you use at least the Malware list, and a good, general-purpose list like EasyList. I think this is the default. FlashBlock is an extremely useful compliment to AdBlock; just whitelist and any other flash sites that you use regularly. Ghostery, although not as important, is an excellent addition to AdBlock.Web of Trust is useful, especially for those who aren't able to tell if a site has been compromised. While I wouldn't recommend them to family members, you can add HTTPS-Everywhere to your machine and replace FlashBlock with NoScript. These will provide additional protection but may break sites if you don't adjust the settings.
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