NSA++, NoScript on Android

NSA++ (NoScript Anywhere Plus Plus, or NoScript 3.5 alpha for Android Native) has been in the works for a while now, and it’s finally ready for prime time, thanks also to the continuous help of the NLNet Foundation.

Even if it’s not as complete as its legacy Electrolysis-orphaned obsolete predecessor (NSA, designed for the now discontinued XUL Fennec, AKA Firefox 4 Mobile) yet, NSA++ already provides the best security you can get in any mobile browser: beside its trademark flexible script blocking facility, it features the first ever and still strongest XSS filter available, plus partial but functional portings of the unique ClearClick anti-Clickjacking technology and ABE’s firewall/LAN CSRF protection.

You can read more or try it with a recent Firefox Nightly (mobile or desktop, too!) on the NSA project page.

4 Responses to “NSA++: NoScript is Back on your Android Smarphones”

  1. #1 Nick says:

    This. This is awesome. And just on the day I go looking for it. Is there a timeline for when it'll be available on non-Nightly?

  2. #2 Giorgio says:

    Certainly by the time Firefox 18 becomes stable.

  3. #3 Nick says:

    Oh cool, that's great news. Being the NoScript type, I prefer to keep "allow apps from unknown sources" unchecked. (Not possible when running Nightly.)

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