NoScript Work
Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" WebExtension NoScript version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months NoScript 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for WebExtensions APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and XSS protection (now with a huge performance boost) are already there. And yes, Firefox 57 is truly the most awesome browser around.

If, otherwise, you really need the full-rounded, solid, old NoScript experience you're used to, and you can't bear anything different, even if just for a few weeks, dont' worry: NoScript 5.x is going to be maintained and to receive security updates until June 2018 at least, when the Tor Browser will switch to be based on Firefox 59 ESR and the "new" NoScript will be as powerful as the old one. Of course, in order to keep using NoScript 5.x outside the Tor Browser (which has it built-in), you have to stay on Firefox 52 ESR, Seamonkey, Palemoon or another pre-Quantum browser.
Or you can even install Firefox 58 Developer Edition, which allows you to keep NoScript 5 running on "Quantum" with the extensions.legacy.enabled trick. Just please don't block your updates on Firefox 56, it would be bad for your security.

Let me repeat that: your safest option for the next few days is Firefox 52 ESR, which will receive security updates until June 2018.

So, for another half-year you there will be two NoScripts: just sort your priorities and choose yours.

Update 2017-11-15

As you probably noticed, yesterday's today has gone away in most time zones and we're not ready yet (Murphy law and all) :(
But we're definitely on track for the end of this week, and in the meanwhile your awesome patience deserves a couple of preview screenshots...
NoScript 10 menu
noscript10-options.png

Update 2017-11-18

The week is not over yet.

* in the next few weeks will move NoScript 10.x source code and bug tracking on GitHub, in the meanwhile please keep using the forum.

444 Responses to “Double NoScript”

  1. #1 Gabriel says:

    Hi Giorgio,

    first thing I did after updating to FF57 was checking for NoScript. I'm super happy to see you put your own time in to update NoScript on the same day(!) as Mozilla updates Firefox. That's WAY better support then most companies deliver. Thank you so much for your great work!

    Best wishes from germany
    Gabriel

  2. #2 Lurtz says:

    Thanks for being so awesome, not whining but delivering!

  3. #3 nemo says:

    Huzzah! I tried uMatrix and immediately ran into:
    https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1392090#c5

    Hoping this new WebExtension NoScript still has most of the features I've come to know and love.

  4. #4 K3N says:

    It was the first thing I checked for too, updating to 57. I feel naked without it! Keep up the good work Georgio.

  5. #5 Theo says:

    Thank You!

    NoScript is a staple and I feel a bit exposed at the moment.

    Long live NoScript and everyone behind the scene!!!

  6. #6 Vinz says:

    Hi, cant find the Download for NoScript 10

    so where to download for firefox 57 ?

  7. #7 Giorgio says:

    The download is not available yet, hopefully it will be later today. Please be patient, or temporarily switch browser.

  8. #8 Ruff says:

    Thank you for the sole reason not to even look at other browsers.

  9. #9 LiviuTM says:

    Keep up the great work.

  10. #10 Vinz says:

    Thanks Giorgio for the reply,
    yeah hopefully it will be available soon ...

    So im on Linux, and simply wait 2 days longer befor switching to Firefox 57.

  11. #11 King Arthur says:

    Make sure to update the screenshots on the addons site. The current screenshots are ancient.

  12. #12 thilo-wolf says:

    Hello nemo!

    I am the original author of bug 1392090. I ran into this problem some time ago, but mozilla does not seem to care. I even asked them to include an API to disable javascript per page: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1367161

    Looking forward for Giogio's solution as I have asked about this bug in the forum but did not recieve an answer.

    @Giorgo
    Thank you for all of your work in the last decade!

  13. #13 Simon says:

    Thank you for your great work. Awesome support. Better than most companys.

  14. #14 cesar says:

    OOHH god, well , i have to wait to keep secure and not paraniod.. jejje, btw, firefox for linux ubuntu is out in

    https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-security/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/+packages

    so, soon the noscripts going out.. thank for you work giorgio!!

  15. #15 nemo says:

    thilo-wolf, there *is* an API to disable javascript per page. A script can flag a page as non-javascript, but set the iframes in it as javascript even. For some reason uMatrix is not using it and locked commenting in the bug. See bz's comment in the uBlock bug.

    So IMO this is entirely a uMatrix/uBlock problem, it just would be nice if the browser supported uBlock/uMatrix's expected behaviour WRT CSPs...
    IMO it would be

    And, NoScript I expect is using that API.

  16. #16 Phillip says:

    Since NoScript has been ported to WebExtensions, do you think that would be possible to run it on Chrome-based browsers? Thank you.

  17. #17 Eddy Haskel says:

    Yikes! I just let Firefox upgrade to v57.0 only to discover NoScript no longer works! NoScript is the main reason I use Firefox in the first place!! I will happily download the new NoScript the instant it's available and keep you posted about any issues i encounter as a fairly knowledgeable but "normal" (i.e., not an actual geek) user.
    Cheers,
    Eddy

  18. #18 nemo says:

    @Phillip, I'm going to bet the answer is "no" since while Mozilla is going out of its way to support Chrome's APIs, they've also added a ton of their own - there's an open NoScript bug in bugzilla on what new APIs giorgio needs. I subscribed a while ago to see how NoScript failed.

    Just a guess as a user (and donater ☺ ) tho.

  19. #19 nemo says:

    Er... poor phrasing there. By "failed" I meant, what was causing noscript to fail to run in firefox nightlies ☺

    And, here's that NoScript bug https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1214733

  20. #20 Jake says:

    NoScript is primary reason I use FF. Thank you...

  21. #21 Manfred says:

    Looking forward to get the result of your very appreciated work! NoScript is great! Will go for a further donation when I'm safer (with the new NoScript) with browsing again...

  22. #22 Jim says:

    People are shitting their pants because NoScript 10 has not shown up on the AMO. You're lagging behind the FF release schedule a little, but I guess you need all the time you need to make sure NS works before publishing.

    Good job Giorgio, I wouldn't be using FF without this add on.

  23. #23 Blaine says:

    Awesome product. Thanks for taking care of your supporters. NoScript RULES!

  24. #24 Test says:

    Awesome work! Thanks a lot :)

  25. #25 Vinay says:

    NoScript rocks, the new firefox is nice, can't wait to use your new version!

  26. #26 Lysianax says:

    Thank you very, very much for NoScript and still developing it further. I'm deeply grateful that you will adapt to the latest Firefox version!

  27. #27 Scousepower says:

    VERY pleased you'll be available on FF57 shortly.... doesn't feel right without you!!

  28. #28 afellowuser says:

    Thank you for your dedication to Noscript extension, being forced to rewrite code because your underlying platform has changed is not easy, even when those changes are for the best, and more importantly it takes time.
    Have a nice day and thank you for your work, you're a part of the Firefox ecosystem!

  29. #29 BendingBender says:

    Thank you so much for your great work! This extension is absolutely vital to surf today's web and I'm very grateful that you guys keep up the burden of maintenance and development! Especially regarding the transition to the WebExtension API that must have more in common with a rewirite than a porting effort. Keep up the great work!

  30. #30 Casey says:

    Thanks Giorgio! Just updated to Firefox 57, and can't wait to add NoScript when available!

    Thanks for an awesome product!

  31. #31 foo says:

    Thanks for putting your time into this project. Firefox is not the same without you!

  32. #32 Holly Davis says:

    Come back soon!!!

  33. #33 Mauricio says:

    Thanksgiving is a must!
    A few weeks ago I made a small donation, I would say it deserves it.

  34. #34 Matt says:

    Thank you so much for providing such a high quality extension that adds so much value to our browsing experience, and for taking such quick action to make sure it continues working for us in the new FF. Your work and dedication are much appreciated!

  35. #35 Eric says:

    Firefox is nothing without your incredible, essential extension. I share the sentiment of feeling naked without it.

  36. #36 Licotus says:

    Thank you for your great work, without NoScript I'd be seriously thinking about dropping FF!

    What features will not be availibe in the new release, and which will probably vanish for good, is there a list availible?

    And are there plans to support much more detailed controls for Firefox' API and HTML5 tags?
    Such as media, geo, observer, experiments, resource, safebrowsing, dom storage, fullscreen, gfx, eme, pdfjs, asmjs, webjs, livecam, webrtc, social and so on, above WebGL and Canvas?

    Those are pretty much completely out-of-reach, due to the missing registry options, with the arrival of FF 57.

    You might have a look at this prefbar plugin extension, to get some additional ideas, too.

    Cheers!

  37. #37 Buck says:

    I always like improvements but did not expect to have my work day interrupted by the new firefox. Was disappointed at first to have to use umatrix and I am very pleased to see noscript will have something soon. Nothing against umatrix but I find the interface of NoScript less obtrusive on my screen and easier to use. Thanks for keeping us up to date.

  38. #38 Rykum says:

    glad to hear about this, I already knew that there will be a WE update so I missed it not being here yet. Like Buck said, I'm temporally using uMatrix but, despite having more options, it's too much restrictive when blocking things and don't always show all blocked items (I had to temporary allow all to whitelist scripts).
    Looking forward for the update.

  39. #39 Just_Golem says:

    It is 5h30pm Eastern time (Canada). NoScript 10 or 5 are NOT available in Add-Ons section of Firefox. Is there a way to sideload? :-(

  40. #40 Hubert Bartels says:

    Upgraded to Firefox 57 and discovered that NoScript is not available yet - not even the work-around of enabling extensions.legacy.enabled = true works.

    Nope, nope. nope.

    I dropped Firefox 57 on the floor immediately like worthless rubbish and reinstalled Firefox 56.0.1. I'll wait patiently for NoScript to be ready and then upgrade. Thank you for your efforts.

  41. #41 Art says:

    Not having this plugin feels like not having safe sex anymore

  42. #42 Cliff says:

    I will echo much of what has been said above. Most notably, my shock when I upgraded to FF 57 and discovered I had lost Noscript. (Not only this, but another important extension I depend upon.)

    Embarrassingly, I attempted to follow some of the 'workaround' suggestions that have been offered here on the site today and only made things go from unhappy to miserable. Changes to about:config did nothing. Installing that development version of FF did nothing but make things worse. Attempting to uninstall and reinstall a different version failed miserably. (Okay, I'm not a power user.)

    The old saying that 'Patience is a virtue' is one I should have adhered to. I will now do so, after managing to get my system back to workable (with a few headaches that persist)

    I don't blame Goirgio as I'm sure he's doing his best. He even responded to an email immediately this morning. (that blew my away)

    Yeah. Patience is a virtue.

  43. #43 CaptKirk says:

    No Noscript? Ugh! It's the End of the World as we know it! Please fix it ASAP! It's my most used app on FF

  44. #44 Doug says:

    I feel naked without No Script! I am using Firefox Nightly. Today, NoScript 4.1.5rc1 broke today for visiting new websites which do not support https.

  45. #45 Higher Power says:

    I won't be updating to Firefox 57 until no-script is fully released. A big warm thank you to Giorgio for making such an amazing addon that I can't live without. May all the quirks and bugs smooth out until release. Thanks again!

  46. #46 Dean says:

    Thank you Giorgio for doing what you do! Protecting us from the evils of the internet.

    God bless you and yours.
    Dean

  47. #47 FirefoxUser says:

    I just want to say THANK YOU admin and team for this, been using FF + NS + adblock combo for 5-10years and it saved my ass so many times browsing naughty sites.

  48. #48 Jenn says:

    -------------EASY FIX------------------

    For those wanting to return to THE N0-script browser, use your system restore until no-script is fixed for the new update.

    Much love Giorgio!

  49. #49 Jai says:

    Thank you, we are eagerly awaiting Quantum update.

  50. #50 John Doe says:

    No worries because many people won't be updating to Firefox 57 anytime soon. The reason? Broken addons.

  51. #51 Tim says:

    It will most likely delayed because of me. :(

  52. #52 rand0m says:

    I just can say: THANK YOU!

  53. #53 AC says:

    If you're stuck with FF57, for whatever reason, you can always completely disable JavaScript in about:config until NoScript is ready for FF57.

    Not ideal, but if you can live with the effects, it's another option.

  54. #54 B says:

    I downgraded to ESR as fast as I could when noticed NoScript is not available.

    Thanks for a great work!

  55. #55 524 says:

    Thank your for your hard work to make Firefox great again :)

  56. #56 Carlos says:

    Quando está o update pronto ??
    Será realizado até o fim de semana ??
    Uso o NoScript desde o primeiro dia de Noscript ....sem NoScript nao me sinto bem na Netz .
    Sem NoScript me sinto inseguro ...!!

  57. #57 Bear says:

    Thank you for your hard work in making NoScript for the people!
    Please don't forget to rest and stay hydrated :)
    The spirits of the wild watch over you.

  58. #58 Klaus says:

    For their new "Quamtum" Browser Mozilla recommends a replacement for NoScript. If you don't accept switching to another tool (as NoScript is proven and tested by more than 1 million users) you may simply download and install the previous Firefox version (56.0.2: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/releases/), then you'll deactivate automatic updates, and you'll just wait some days until NoScript is available for "Quantum". That's what I have done. I will update to "Quantum" only if it runs with NoScript. Full stop.

  59. #59 Mumion says:

    The only one missing. For the rest I've found a replacement.

  60. #60 TomFromGraz says:

    Couldn't agree more with #38 Hubert Bartels and #43 Higher Power. Did just go back to FF 56.0.2 and was happy to find all of my profile settings still intact. Anyway, strongly advised: profile backups (simply copy / paste the profile folder onto another folder/usb drive) before thinking to change significant things such as migrating to FF 57

    (All) earlier FF versions at: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/

    Many, many thanks to ma1, bless you.

  61. #61 scott ha says:

    Giorgio, thank you for keep us up to date on your progress. I agree with most of the posters here, NS is the reason I use FF and I will not use FF without it. Keep up the great work!
    Thanks,
    Scott
    NS user since 1.x and donor

  62. #62 J says:

    I'd like to echo what everyone else has said, and say thank you very much for the work you're putting into this. Looking forward to NoScript 10!

  63. #63 Zero says:

    @Giorgio:

    A little delay is okay in my book.

    What's most important is that you can provide a thorough and transparent list of NoScript 10's limitations, even if they will only last a few months, as that will help people decide if they upgrade to Firefox 57 but also how they may alter the way they browse to compensate for limitations. (Maybe adding another add-on, or allowing JavaScript more sparingly, or making uBlockOrigin tougher in blocking content to reduce exposure, ...)

    That would help trusting the new NoScript, even once it will be fully featured again, since it's a complete rewrite running in a less permissive environment.

    Thanks for your work anyway, and congrats too because you not only rebuilt NS from scratch but also implemented a lot of required features into Firefox itself for NS and other add-ons to use.

  64. #64 K says:

    You don't know how many times noscript has saved me from $hitty websites, spam, malware, viruses, popups, etc. etc. I'm so stoked to know you're close to releasing it for Quantum! Thank you! (I donate and everyone else should too)

  65. #65 Jesse says:

    I'm anxiously awaiting the release, for many reasons. That being said, I am NOT a fan of what the screenshots show: the options being controlled through a webpage instead of a standalone interface. As long as it all works, and is just as easy to manage as always, I'll be happy. Thank you for making one of the best and most indispensable add-ons ever.

  66. #66 Fred says:

    I'm pissed. Mozilla updated to 57 with no warning that noscript would be disabled. Had I known, I would have waited until you guys were ready. Mozilla never allows you to go back to a previous version once you upgrade. How arrogant!

  67. #67 raynebc says:

    Even though Firefox 57 is supposed to be better/faster, browsing lots of tabs on it feels slow and bloated without NoScript. Now that AdBlockPlus works in Firefox 57, NoScript is all I need for the browser to be complete again. Keep up the great work.

  68. #68 T3T says:

    - Thank you so much for Noscript, felt like it safed lives many times - so go ahead :-)
    - Firefox warned a month ago, but as a user you cant do anything than wait and look if it realy happens
    - i dont use FF as long as there is no Noscript, no matter 57 is better or safe as is

    thanks

  69. #69 Dan says:

    Thanks for all of your hard work. It's amazing how vulnerable I feel surfing the web without NoScript. I know you're in a rush, but no pressure. I have faith your team will release a great product. Keep up the great work everyone!

  70. #70 Eddy Haskel says:

    I uninstalled FF 57.0 and reinstalled FF 56.0.2 with full NoScript 5.1.5.
    I will wait for the new NoScript that works with FF Quantum before I "upgrade" to 57.0 again.
    The main reason I use Mozilla's Firefox browser is because of the NoScript extension.
    Thanks for all you do,
    Eddy

  71. #71 dasdas says:

    I wish they would make a tool or a way to export your Noscript settings into a hosts file format.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.

  72. #72 Francesco Lo Giudice says:

    Grande Giorgio!
    Tantissimi saluti dalla Germania a Palermo e tanti auguri per questo bellissimo AddOn tuo, che è una bomba!
    Hi Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for makin NoScript! It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away!!

    THANK YOU SO MUCH, GiORGIO, FOR YOUR GREAT WORK!!!
    YOU SHOULD GET A HIGH PAYED JOB IN SILICON WAY - SICILIANs4TW!!

    Grandissimo, continua cosi! =)

  73. #73 emile says:

    thanks for making the world a better place

  74. #74 Eric F says:

    Thank you for your prompt work for this new Firefox edition. You're right; I do indeed feel naked! :)

  75. #75 Lasrsi says:

    I love you guys. Without your peace of software i don't surf anymore.
    THank you so much.

  76. #76 Marie says:

    Looking forward to the update, just reverted FF back to earlier versions once I realized NoScript wasn't working. The default download page just redirected to the new version, so I used this support page to find download address: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/install-older-version-of-firefox

  77. #77 * says:

    Thank YOU and YOUR team for an awesome product!

  78. #78 TJay says:

    I cannot tell you the feeling in my gut I have browsing without NS. Thank you so much for the number 1 add-on, ummmm... Extension for FF. Nothing else comes close. You da Man!

  79. #79 mrsugg says:

    Hi and thanks for noscript and the work you are doing to save us all from the "meanies". Umtrix looks so complicated, it would take me longer than the end of the week to understand it. What do I do? Call me paranoid, but as others have said feel exposed and unsafe. Thanks for any ideas.

  80. #80 cookieJones says:

    More love and appreciation from more happy, grateful users of Noscript. !
    (and of course, anxiously awaiting ... )

  81. #81 Fast Eddy says:

    I forgot how unpleasant the net is without your wonderful addon. Would it be safe to assume the delay is partly due to the new version of firefox being designed to make it harder for programs like yours to work? Seems as if FF has been getting more and more comfortable with surveilance.

  82. #82 Phoenix Rising says:

    Fast Eddy: the problem is that Mozilla (the team behind Firefox) has completely rewritten their interface. Pretty much nothing is the same; APIs have all changed, code has all changed. They estimate they have or will be replacing over 5 million lines of code with the Quantum project.

    NoScript has to translate its current functionality to the new WebExtensions API, some of which is not even released under Firefox 57.

  83. #83 Bigfootmech says:

    Thank you!

    I was trying to figure out when some of my addons got broken, and thanks to the pre-quantum ESR linked here, I got them working again :D

    Also, thank you for the best addon (set?) to ever grace the web!

  84. #84 Firo says:

    Thank you!

  85. #85 H.Negishi says:

    Thank you!!

  86. #86 H.Negishi says:

    Thank you so much

  87. #87 Suggestion says:

    Thanks for that extension.

    Any reason why it is not possible to donate via Bitcoin?
    At least there is no BTC-address on the page under "Donate" in the upper right corner.

  88. #88 Teladus says:

    Nice..2 see it is compatible

  89. #89 Arthur Edelstein says:

    Thanks, Giorgio! I appreciate your hard work.

  90. #90 Francis says:

    Hi Giorgio! You are doing an awesome job and yes we are depending on you to keep the bad guys out! Cheers and waiting for an update:)

  91. #91 Frank says:

    Thanks so much for your efforts. Too bad Mozilla didn't let you (or us) know well enough in advance to prepare for this. We don't like to use this browser WITHOUT NoScript; it's like going outside naked.

  92. #92 Lisa G. says:

    Is there anyway to black list facebook.com and facebook.net?

    Thanks for all the work you put into this G. I will be donating as soon as I get paid.

  93. #93 Kaz says:

    Nice work mate! hats off to your dedication!

  94. #94 Jim Kirk says:

    @Frank: "Too bad Mozilla didn't let you (or us) know well enough in advance to prepare for this."

    Dude, Mozilla announced the transition to WebExtensions over two years ago. Giorgio Maone was even involved in shaping the API: https://hackademix.net/2016/03/09/webrequest-where-were-where-were-going/

    How much more notice did there need to be?

  95. #95 Pradesh says:

    I feel so naked and vulnerable without NoScript!

    This reminds me, NoScript is fantastic and I'll be donating to both you and Marcel Bokhorst (M66B) for XPrivacy when my pay clears soon.

    Unlike XPrivacy, I hope you don't give up on this amazing piece of software!

  96. #96 monotony says:

    just a little tip for you all.

    the developer version of Quantum still has legacy support. i'm using 57.0b14 right now WITH NO-SCRIPT.

  97. #97 Razzmatazz says:

    Hi Giorgio,

    Just this: Thanks a LOT(!) for your Plugin! The rest is silence.

    You put your personal time into this tool. If every user would just donate 1.00 $ to you...Unfortunately it is not possible to donate by bank transfer. Paypal just does not respect privacy so I have no account. How can I donate anyhow?

    I donate to every opensource project I use on a regular basis once a year, because it is really worth it. People put so much effort and time in it. Think of it--just donate your next "pack of cigarettes" to one or the other open source project, donate the 5.00 $. Be fair.

  98. #98 Pete says:

    No script is the best add on ever.
    Keep up the great work buddy.

  99. #99 D1RandomDude says:

    Hi Giorgio! Thank you for working hard on this. We cannot wait to see NoScript back in action. A hello and thank you from Australia!

  100. #100 miro says:

    HAng in there and keep up the good work. Very very much appreciated!!!!

  101. #101 me says:

    FF57 can wait, NS10 first!
    Grande Giorgio. :)

  102. #102 JAck P. says:

    SAlut de France !
    Hello from France !
    Et merci pour votre boulot énorme !
    And thanks for your excellent job !

    Noscript is one of my favorite extensions !

  103. #103 Belladonna says:

    Hi Giorgio,

    Looks like people are holding off FF updates to wait for NS10. As they should! Having a quick VM look, it turns out that Pale Moon has more working (good) extensions than flashy new FF57. (tempted...)

    Thanks for your tremendous effort (in single handedly rescuing Mozilla? ☺)

    Do you have an ETA for us on NS10?

    Mille grazie!

  104. #104 Izka says:

    I would like to only thank you for your great work. Looking forward to new version of noscript. Best browser needs best extension :-)

  105. #105 Conz says:

    You kinda forget how much the internet sucks until NS suddenly stops working for a few days and you get flooded with crap you usually don't see ..

  106. #106 Grizz says:

    The most important addon for firefox! Just want to give you my appreciation! Looking forward to the new version and will report bugs if I find them! Best regards, wishes and luck!

  107. #107 Brazooka says:

    Thanks for the hard work. The web is unbrowseable without NoScript.

  108. #108 Franky says:

    THANK YOU so much

    for your precious time and work.
    As to Noscript and FX57,
    Good things need time, as they say,
    it should be allready build in that browser anyway !!

    Thanks again, greetings, F.

  109. #109 Guiwiz says:

    Thank you for your hard work. "It's ready when it's ready". Don't worry, we'll wait.

  110. #110 Phil says:

    Just to chime in with the others, thank you for your unbelievable work over the years in making NoScript the first addon i always install on every FF installation i do. This makes me double proud to be a donator as you well deserved it.

    Kind regards, Phil

  111. #111 Smitty says:

    Thank you so much. NoScript is the most important plugin I have. I'll never use anything but FireFox, and that's because of NoScript.

  112. #112 Jac says:

    Thank you for all your hard work in making this happen for FF57! Look forward to seeing it working again, it is the only "killer" addon for me. The other three or four I use could be replace with any one of a dozen other, but NoScript is UNIQUE !!

    Jac.

  113. #113 Andy says:

    Can someone recommend a different browser,that I can customize the way I want it WITH NoScript of course. This new FF is already top heavy,the old clean look is gone,all my customized add ons are mostly gone,NS was the best advise a rookie please,thanks,All!!

  114. #114 notThatGuy says:

    @Andy you're a schmuck. Why did you wake up today?

  115. #115 Jonathan says:

    Impressive that you're as close as you say for such a major update. I set Firefox as my default browser, even though I'm a chrome user, so that if I do something silly like click on a link I shouldn't have, NoScript stops anything particularly bad from happening.
    I must admit, I'll have to make some time for Firefox Quantum to see what they've done for improvements... but I'm very much looking forward to getting NoScript back up and running. Thank you for all your hard work!

  116. #116 Sergio says:

    Thank you so much for your efforts!

  117. #117 Tim says:

    I think you should charging a monthly fee for NoScript!

  118. #118 Trevor says:

    Can you add support for Stripe.com? Would like to make a donation, but I strongly hate Paypal after all the times they have screwed over opensource projects.

    Love your work and can almost not wait to have NS back again! Mozilla should imo have waited a couple of days as this is, if not the most, one of the most important addons.

  119. #119 Cehona says:

    Waiting anxious NoScript Giorgio. Can you implement a payment gateway for VISA other than PayPal?
    Thks.

  120. #120 Trevor says:

    @Conz so true! I hope the NS devs take this storm of comments as what it is. NS is possibly one of the most important inventions after the browsers themself. Visiting the web without NS is like if you would exit your house with no clothing and the temp outside is freezing cold, it would not be a delightful experience for long...

  121. #121 Al Nonymous says:

    If you want NoScript 10 done, stop asking Giorgio questions and asking him to add new features.

    He's already BUSY, working on finishing NoScript 10 -- questions and requests (if he even bothers to look at them) will only slow him down.

    Let him do what he's doing, and WAIT for him to finish. It's as simple as that!

  122. #122 Sedivy says:

    I refuse to enable javascript without noscript around. Love the addon, thank you for updating it even through the crazy changes mozilla is making with ff.

  123. #123 moroccan fan says:

    Ty for your awesome work, looking forward to the update :)
    Cheers

  124. #124 Penpi says:

    You the man! By seeing so much greatful posts within a day, I decided to show my support as this is really really really fast delivery. Thank you so much!

  125. #125 ArizonaSay says:

    Thanks Giorgio...not sure what a lot of us would do without your expertise and willingness to do what right's for the whole and not just for one...
    Even understanding what FF is doing with their latest update, not sure if coordination with add-on providers is part of their update model, but it should be...if it's not already.

    Again Thanks

  126. #126 Komputnik says:

    Won't browse without NoScript. A little bit upsetting is the fact that mozzilla develops a complete new browser but accepts to be not complete but put it out. The webextension API is missing some low level calls , so NoScript cannot use all the functions it supported before. ;-) I hope they will soon provide the missing low level API !
    Superbst browser extension ever existed !
    Keep it up and so much thanks for your stellar effort !!!
    Greets Komputnik

  127. #127 Anonymus says:

    Hey, I also just want to say thank you! I've been using NoScript for years and it's just awesome!

  128. #128 Anonymous says:

    Firefox is basically useless without NoScript. I can't even use it now. Hoping for a new version soon.

  129. #129 Mike says:

    Fuckin love you NoScript! Keep up the good work. Never gonna let you go!

  130. #130 MHW says:

    I too feel naked without NoScript. (I want to keep using Firefox...) Glad to see that you are working on No Script upgrade and looking forward to its release, although make it good first time. So don't release until ready, within reason. May I suggest putting at least link to this page on the https://noscript.net/ page? (If it's there I didn't find it.) Cheers!

  131. #131 Werner says:

    Greetings from Germany.
    Thank you for this best Extension....health for you and your Family.
    Good luck.

  132. #132 Ka says:

    Thank you for continuing the development of this addon, Giorgio. I have a question: Is there any advantage to running NoScript if I already have uMatrix configured to block all 3rd party domains by default? I'm thinking that the only advantage it would give is blocking the 1st party domain by default, which could easily be configured in uMatrix as well. It's true that uMatrix requires a little more learning and configuration at the start, but running both addons seems like it would be unnecessary and use up a good chunk of additional memory resources on my system, but I'm not necessarily sure. Any thoughts?

  133. #133 katrina54 says:

    how is it going? any updates? thank you for your awesome work!

  134. #134 Adi says:

    this is probably one of the few occasions that Rick Astley's - "Never Gonna Give You Up" is actually appropriate to use :)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ

    :)

  135. #135 NoOne says:

    @Ka
    For f*** sake use google, if you want to be micromanaged go somewhere else, like talk to the uMatrix developer!

  136. #136 PimpOriginalDefinitionOf(rurallifeword) says:

    Thank-you Giorgio. Sometimes recently it is hard to maintain faith in humanity. Good people engineering good products - and for free - is great. Your children must be and will be proud. I mean more than just the natural pride level for being from Sicily! ;-)
    There are many people making money from terrible abusive products who have to lie to their selves, friends, wives/husbands and children. Good man yourself, as we say in Ireland, for (I assume in general), not being one. You save me a lot of money in electricity (saved CPU cycles) each year. Cheers!

  137. #137 Alex says:

    @Ka
    i think both uMatrix and NoScript can achieve the same goal but based on a different concept/approach. IMO NoScript's approach make more sense because if you land on the site that you've never visit before, you're protected whereas uMatrix allow all 1st party domain by default.

  138. #138 Hany says:

    Noscript is the main reason why I am sticking to Firefox
    Thank you for your time and hard work

  139. #139 MooseHaas says:

    Fantastic Add-On. Truly the only reason to use Firefox is this functionality. Why they haven't bought your code is a mystery. They owe you big time as you have created a benefit to using FF instead of other browsers. Great job and thank you!

  140. #140 hbiz says:

    I understand Mozilla has been slow with incorporating important APIs for WebExtensions, but wasn't the webextension delay related to Giorgio splitting NoScript into 2 different addons? 1 for maintaining TorBrowser(v52 ESR) and 1 for WebExtensions(v57+)? I remember reading that Giorgio was working closely with Mozilla on WebExtensions implementations, so it kind of surprised me there were still delays.

  141. #141 Dusty says:

    Got hacked early this week & NoScript prevented the implants from connecting out.
    Not the first time it's saved me, won't be the last. Feeling really exposed until the new version is ready. Ladies & gents - never browse unprotected. The best things really are free.

  142. #142 Tinga says:

    I miss No Script!! Firefox is useless without it!
    Thank you for your hard work! I'll wait for it.
    Giorgio: ¡Gracias cabrón!

  143. #143 dwadeaf says:

    Thank you so much for this.

  144. #144 bazuga says:

    Thank you very much for the useful software.
    I'm looking forward to the release of "Noscript10"

  145. #145 SP says:

    I'm holding off my FF57 update until NoScript is ready... :) FF update can wait. Thanks for the awesome application.

  146. #146 LBattis says:

    Promptly rolled Firefox back to v.56.0.2 . . .
    NoScript? Never Leave Home Without It!

  147. #147 AnimeSenshi says:

    damn firefox autoupdate
    Why! Why!?!?!

    Keep up the good work NoScript staff!

  148. #148 Joshua Zev Levin, Ph.D. says:

    Should I roll back to 52, or 56.0.2?

  149. #149 Joshua Zev Levin, Ph.D. says:

    Well before these NoScript issues, I had a BIG problem with Firefuzz. I used to use a very effective organizing tool, TGM (Task Groups Manager). First, its author, "Alex Shootingstar", seems to have disappeared in the 2011 tsunami. Then, the Firefuzz crew removed a lot of components that TGM needed. Reminds me of NASA's program to lightweight the Space Shuttle, until Challenger blew up.

    If anyone is interested in reviving TGM, maybe we can get a new Category here on Hackademix. Can anyone tell me how to do that?

  150. #150 Givemea Break says:

    @Joshua Zev Levin, Ph.D.,

    Please read through some of the posts on this page. That should answer your question about which previous version of Firefox you should roll back to.

    Also, please take a second and scroll up to the top of this page, to see what's the purpose of this site -- that should answer your question about getting a new category here, to discuss TGM.

    If doing those things doesn't answer your question, then you may want to request that your alma mater refund the cost of your Ph.D.

  151. #151 RobExtra says:

    NoScript is the best script/ad blocker, and the only reason I stick to Firefox too.

  152. #152 John says:

    Giorgio, Thanks for the update. Mate your work has saved me on many occasions, so I am having to be extra careful now not to get caught out until you are able to iron out the remaining problems with No Script 10. Best of luck and look forward to the finished result. No No Script takes the fun out of browsing.

  153. #153 H.Negishi says:

    I have used NoScript. It's good.

  154. #154 Daniele Psyco says:

    Ti Ringraziano Tanti...

    E' una Vera Soddisfazione ;-)

    Giorgio,
    Saluti anche dall' ITALY, eh eh eh

  155. #155 Unknown says:

    OMG, I just want to say, THANK YOU!!! Noscript is a must for me...

  156. #156 Mememaster says:

    Hey there, I'd just like to say that I absolutely love Noscript! I didn't realize how much I relied on it for web protection until the update, as I've been absolutely paranoid about websites giving me a virus since. Anyways, thank you for what you're doing here; I absolutely can't wait for it to be released!

  157. #157 johnq says:

    Using the internet without NoScript feels like running around naked in public. Halp.!!

  158. #158 Geissi says:

    Giorgio and entire team, just want to say keep going as you are contributing to a better I-world. Your efforts are highly appreciated!!!

  159. #159 Tanel says:

    I absolutely love noscript. This program bugs my girlfriend, because she doesent like to click on "S" icon (the forse is strong in her, yea right). I tired to explain that Noscript is like an antivirus program, only better, because for the first time, the user gets to choose what is good, whats not.

    Love it. Good work guys. Bummer that my firefox autoupdated.

  160. #160 GunnarOfSweden says:

    I have been checking in on this page every day after the FF upgrade. I really miss my NoScript extension. Keep up the good work!

  161. #161 BiggerJ says:

    "Thousands of users must be alone and unprotected! I'll INFECT them! NO-ONE WILL EVER KNOW!"

  162. #162 Naiibaf says:

    Just wanted to say thanks for your work! Big thumbs up for you!

  163. #163 Zephon says:

    Thanks for all your good work.

  164. #164 mr_bellows says:

    great work - firefox is a much better browser for having this add-on.

  165. #165 ema says:

    eta on release?

  166. #166 Watchmann says:

    Thks bro for a brilliant add-on. I'm anxiously awaiting the return of No-Script to Firefox.

  167. #167 paul says:

    Looking forward to the return of NoScript. I never realized how much crap and popups this was filtering for me.

  168. #168 Yovan says:

    Hi Showing up here to say hello to developers and users of noscript. Kudos to developers for taking so much effort to transit to web extension version of noscript in the name of safety of all user.

  169. #169 Picard says:

    Greetings Giorgio! Using NoScript since 2011 and I'm very happy to have it. Thank you for your amazing work!

  170. #170 Matteo says:

    Grandi, siete i migliori.

  171. #171 schorsch says:

    wishing the best & thanks a lot for your great work!

  172. #172 Bob says:

    Hi Giorgio,

    Totally agree with your nr 1 responder Gabriel. As I noticed f*ing ads populating my screen all of a sudden, like with chrome and Ie, I noticed the absence of you icon.
    WTF! ... MOST add-ons are nice to have, there's just ONE that is a MUST-HAVE, and that's yours. The knowledge that when visiting a new site I don't know, it can't do ANYTHING but display is really reassuring. Especially with all the ransomware nowadays.

    And when a website that I visit frequently tells me their sop-story 'we depend on ads, blah-di-blah' and asks me to turn the blocker off, I'll do it to make the equation more fair.

    So I was all geared up to do a roll back of FF, but luckily I found this site on time.

    -- And yeah I donated years ago, but I'll do it again.

    Thanks for putting so much work in -imo- one of the most important add-ons for a browser ever.
    Bob

  173. #173 max says:

    THANKS a lot for doing this!!! I like the firefox update and I think it was necessary. Thanks for going through the trouble. You are the best.
    Ciao max

  174. #174 dylhan says:

    please help me, not found where is no script instal

  175. #175 Donkey Dan says:

    Feels strange not having noscript running!
    Really happy when the new version is ready :)

  176. #176 rocktherack says:

    please fix ff57 integration

  177. #177 not relevant says:

    Thanks a lot for your work and all your efforts. It's much appreciated.

  178. #178 SamBob says:

    Thank you for all your hard work. You are like a warm blanket on a cold winter's night to keep us safe from all the bad things on the Internet. There will be an extra gold star in your crown when you get to heaven. Keep up the fantastic work!

  179. #179 Trevor says:

    @ema - @dylhan - @rocktherack

    Read the post please. They are working hard on it and expect NoScipt 10 to be available very soon. I say that the blame is fully on Mozilla (not the NS developers!) for not waiting just a couple of days for NS to be ready. This addon is of such huge importance to users that Mozilla should have waited. Counting addon installs are a faulty metrics as most addons are addons that the user can live without or where it exist good replacements, NoScript is a must-have with nothing that comes close to what it has to offer.

  180. #180 Trevor says:

    @ema - @dylhan - @rocktherack

    Read the post please. They are working hard on it and expect NoScipt 10 to be available very soon. I say that the blame is fully on Mozilla (not the NS developers!) for not waiting just a couple of days for NS to be ready. This addon is of such huge importance to users that Mozilla should have waited. Counting addon installs are a faulty metrics as most addons are addons that the user can live without (mostly for entertainment or customizations and of similar low importance) or where it exist good replacements, NoScript is a must-have security suite with nothing that comes close to what it has to offer.

  181. #181 Brrserker says:

    Without NoScript protecting me I am afraid of the internet. It's been YEARS since I went without it. Now I remember why I love it so much!

    I tried to visit a site I frequent after the Auto Update to 57 and got both pop ups and redirects. Within 4 clicks I had another page open trying to make me install another firefox update. Obviously a scam/malware update.

    I need you NoScript! Save me from the evils of the interwebs please!

  182. #182 Liz says:

    I wasn't aware how much better the internet is with noscript until I updated to FF57. You are making the internet a better, safer, less stressful place. THANK YOU!

    For the first time I'm going to click a "donate" button - you deserve it for enhancing our internet experience for so many years.

  183. #183 PW says:

    First thing I did after firefox updated and there was not a working NoScript, downgraded back to the last working firefox noscript version. That is how much I use and need this program! Thanks for all the work on one of the staple firefox extensions.

  184. #184 Jake says:

    Please keep working on the Noscript update for Firefox 57! It really does improve and provides much needed safety browsing the web!

  185. #185 mig says:

    Hey Giorgio,

    I see i'm not the only to struggle with this major transition :) And yes, in those cases, Murphy law is definitely not a legend !

    Good luck !!!

  186. #186 damk3r says:

    I've been using NoScript for years now, didn't realise how "naked" I would feel now that I'm running around waiting for latest version.

    Thanks for the hard work.

  187. #187 Peter says:

    I browse very few sites at the moment. Please come back; I miss you. :->

  188. #188 AngryMartian says:

    Yeah... Still not ready!
    I'm gonna build my own with blackjack and hookers! ... In fact, forget the blackjack!

  189. #189 SB says:

    Tried Firefox Quantum without NoScript. Had no idea what a shitshow the internet has become! Half hour later I switched back to Firefox 56 WITH NoScript. Just can't do without. Waiting patiently so I can re-upgrade.

  190. #190 Derek says:

    Absolutely agree with post #183 , system restored to Firefox 56 and will review situation when new NoScript available . Bit of a nuisance what happened to Foxy Proxy as well . Thank you for all the hard work , I'm a UK OAP but I have made a small donation previously to NoScript .

  191. #191 Malefort says:

    Parabéns pelo trabalho. Quando se acostuma com o NoScript, ficar sem é difícil! Aguardando ansiosamente!
    Thank you so much for ur hard work!

  192. #192 Sum Gai says:

    I will give this a day or two to be updated before I downgrade firefox. honestly I wish they'd given me the option of waiting before they forcibly updated my browser.

  193. #193 In Response To Sum Gai says:

    Sum Gai: They do give you an option. It's called turning off automatic updates.

  194. #194 Sum Gai says:

    true. still doesn't piss me off any less. :P

  195. #195 Bill says:

    Just donated $25. Good luck!

  196. #196 newwhitebwae says:

    salve. aspetto con impazienza il rilascio di noscripts 10. Quando?

  197. #197 Echo says:

    any update? beta or alpha code?

  198. #198 The Ginger One says:

    Thanks for all your hard work. Most important extension for FF. I have donated and I hope others will too.

  199. #199 Buzz says:

    With FF57 and the old No Script not working, I have a greater appreciation for the developer. No Script is a must. Like others have said, I feel "nekkid" without it now! Can't wait for the FF57 version to come out. I will now donate more often as once No Script is gone, I realized how important it is.

  200. #200 Bork says:

    Made the mistake of clicking "update" wihtout checking, now stuck with 57 and can't browse without NoScript. Hope it will be ready soon.

    BTW, excluding some visual changes, 57 is eaxctly the same as 56.* versions. Same massive memory hog even without addons, couldnt find the slightest difference in speed.

  201. #201 Dodger says:

    Hey Giorgio and all other behind NoScript,
    great to hear you're on the track to a new version which is compatible to the new FF. I'm using NoScript for ages and it did an awsome job; can't live without it anymore... so I feel kind of naked right now :-D
    I want to use this situation the give you a big "Thank You"! Keep on the great work!

  202. #202 Vitruv says:

    You rock, man!
    As a token of gratitude, you shall receive a contribution.
    Cheerio!

  203. #203 Appreciative User says:

    Giorgio and team, thank you so much for your hard work. We downgraded to FF56 to continue using your app and had to allow certain permissions to allow this comment. Just the way we like it. Safe and Secure. Keep up the good work and where's your paypal donation button.....

  204. #204 katrina867 says:

    can you guys give us any info?

  205. #205 Dan Loomis says:

    The past few days have been educational. I under appreciated how fast sites load when scripts are disabled. The unconstrained scripts are pervasive. Scripts open new windows, new tabs, play videos with the volume maxed out. Even after I close all of the tabs there must be scripts running because something keeps pegging one of the cores in CPU. Restarting Firefox abates this this last issue for awhile. Keep up the good work. I'm looking forward having NoScript again.

  206. #206 Harleytreiber says:

    Moin from Germany,

    Jungs, macht keinen Scheiss und bringt das EINZIG WIRKLICH WICHTIGE Addon wieder online !

  207. #207 Janice Wentworth says:

    I believe that NoScript should be permanently added into Firefox, it's critical to the functionality of the browser. You should work with the developers to integrate it into the browser permanently. there are reasons why this is a good idea, security and guarantee that its always working and can't be uninstalled, and that theres no gaps in coverage like there is now.

  208. #208 Zenny says:

    Girgio and team, thanks for your work and look forward to the v57+ compatible noscript. However, I moved to umatrix till the new version is released. Thumbs up guys!

  209. #209 Namerequired says:

    its end of the week..

  210. #210 AC says:

    OK, I installed FF 52.5 ESR- and NoScript was still disabled with no option for being re-enabled, so I had to re-install NoScript as well.

    There is another extension called NoScript Something on Mozilla's Extension page (not the one I wanted), so check carefully before installing that you have selected the one you actually want.

  211. #211 linpete says:

    Thx for your plugin. I use it for many many years and it kept me save for all the long way. So this is time to say thank you for your hard work! Keep it up!
    Cheers Pete

  212. #212 ControlFreak says:

    I've been paying for house and car insurance every year for years and never had occasion to use them, thankfully. Until now I'd never paid to support noscript, and yet it has genuinely protected me from all sorts of tracking and threats daily for just as long. I've just donated... I should have done so a long time ago. Mozilla claims to make the safest browser, but it's Giorgio that makes it the safest, not Mozilla. I don't care whether I use Firefox or Pale Moon or whatever; but it's got to run noscript. Giorgio, I'm truly indebted to you as are many others for making the web a safer place to browse. Keep up the great work!

  213. #213 Zantro says:

    I've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and anonymoX

    All the best to you. Looking forward to Noscript for Firefox Quantum
    Kind regards Zantro

  214. #214 onthemix says:

    Thanks for all your hard work for a 'little' add-on.
    Firefox is useless without it.

    Please think of people using Keepa, and make it possible to use Keepa with Noscript, like in the first days... this would be our 2017 christmas gift :)

  215. #215 Sum Gai says:

    You know, you'd think firefox would have integrated something like this already if it's causing this much of an issue among people. then again, I guess most people who like using it are on TOR by now...

  216. #216 ailef says:

    hello team,
    I feel like i'm naked using FF57 without NoScript.
    Hope you'll able to release some stable version and do not get lot of troubles from FF57 to deliver the first add-on that anyone must install on FF.
    thank's a lot for the job done all those years.

  217. #217 mrsugg says:

    I feel much better now. Uninstalled 57 ...reinstalled 56.0.2...and poof, just like that noscript is back. And I even remembered to copy my profile before doing that. Move the profile back into the folder and wham...back in business. I changed the auto update to just let me know, and it is actually asking me to upgrade again....No thanks, at least until you guys get NS10 figured out. Thanks again to everyone. Highly recommended.

    HEHEHEHE... I forgot to let noscript in. I had to retype my post. 3 times before I figured out why as I had resigned myself to life without you.

  218. #218 Gaius says:

    Its the end of the week. Im getting worried. If this gets set back for a while are there any other plugins that do anything similar and make firefox usable?

  219. #219 Trevor says:

    @Gaius

    Not that I'm aware of. Searching the firefox addons gives some results, but nothing of relevance afaik. What I've done is just disabling javascript altogether, with the disadvantage that many sites won't work at all or just partly works. If you're ok with that you can by:

    1. Open about:config
    2. Search for javascript.enabled
    3. Doubleclick on the line so the value change from true to false

    If you want to enable javascript again, just doubleclick on the line again.

    Remember to change it back to default when NoScript 10 is available.

  220. #220 Rainer says:

    Missing NoScript - good to read that solution is near - all the best

  221. #221 Aden says:

    I wasn't even aware in recent years how useless Firefox is without this addon. Thanks for your work.

  222. #222 Noscript user says:

    Long time Noscript user. I didn't know uMatrix until Tuesday, but after being pointed to it as a possible replacement on the day FF57 was released I now like it. The way the 'matrix' concept has been implemented offers a lot of control over what to load from what resource. That said, I will have a good look at Noscript 10 once it has been released. Just my opinion, YMMV.

  223. #223 usebravefornow says:

    Brave browser has NoScript built in, great FF replacement until things work correctly again.

  224. #224 Willi says:

    "Brave browser has NoScript built in, great FF replacement until things work correctly again."

    I can't find any evidence of that. Link, please.

  225. #225 nemo says:

    @#222 unfortunately uMatrix breaks fallback at present

  226. #226 John says:

    One usually appreciates something the most, when it is gone (even if it is temporary). This is a great example. I feel really exposed without noscript now ;) So I would like to use this opportunity to thank you for your ongoing work and wish you all the best!

  227. #227 Moritz says:

    Please make Noscript 10 similar to the old version. The usability of the old addon was just simple and straightforward! Thank you for your great work.

  228. #228 Isaliah says:

    Awesome! Thanks EFF for supporting and updating NS; I feel vulnerable browsing without it and will be downloading it as soon as it's available.

  229. #229 Nate says:

    Hi Georgio. It is a real disappointment to know that, after all these years of your plug-in being really the only one recommended by the best security experts, you are now leaving us unprotected. The WebExtension APIs for Firefox 57 were published months ago.

  230. #230 usebravefornow says:

    @ Willi (#224) - https://github.com/brave/browser-laptop/pull/1564 "This adds a noscript feature which can be turned off globally, for the current site temporarily, or for the current site permanently."
    https://www.brave.com/download/

  231. #231 Mike says:

    Nate - I'm sure they'd be willing to offer you a full refund.

    (Are you seriously going to pull this entitled BS on a FREE add-on? Cry more.)

  232. #232 gus says:

    I, too, feel exposed!

    However, try Ghostery in the meantime as a thumb sucker!!

  233. #233 gus says:

    Forgot to mention, NS is easily the best Add-On for FF ever!

  234. #234 LP Anderson says:

    "You don't realize how much you love something... until it's GONE!"

    I LOVE NoScript and I'm happy to wait until you're happy enough with NS 10 to release it. No worries... take whatever time you need... and do what you gotta do. I downloaded Firefox 52.5 ESR, re-installed NoScript, and everything is working fine. It was easy.

    Thank-you for all your work. Sincerely. And I'll be HAPPY to make a donation to thank-you for all your hard work on the new version. It's the ONLY add-on I absolutely need before using Firefox 57.0!! :-)

  235. #235 frankkster says:

    NoScript is THE must-have with FireFox. I just donated...

  236. #236 Greco says:

    Hi Giorgio,

    Keep up the good work. Until 10 is out I am switching to Pale Moon with the old NS. I am awaiting for the new release too.

  237. #237 GrumpyOldLady says:

    @mrsugg
    @Gaius
    anyone who feels a bit bewildered.

    Please do forgive too much information, but I get the feeling that too many people are relying
    on an insecure Fx version while they wait for NS Quantum.

    While you're waiting but still want to experience the Web as Giorgio has enabled for us for the last 10+ years (what a champion!)the best (ie securest) advice for you both is to get yourselves an ESR 52.5.0 version, which covers all the security patches that have been made for 57 along with a fully updated set of NS changes.
    56 isn't, repeat isn't, patched securely any more. The last thing you need is for some nasty site
    to crash Fx on you and get access to your system - even though the odds of that are quite remote if
    you haven't 'trusted' that site with NS.

    Save your current profile; delete Fx; get ESR 52.5.0 from the great range here:
    https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/all/
    Start ESR 52.5.0
    Close ESR 52.5.0
    Replace profile with your saved one.
    Rinse and go back to a safer and cleaner Web until NS Quantum turns up for you to carry into
    the future as the best Web shield.

    And mind you backup that profile at every step until you settle on your longterm Fx again!

  238. #238 Nate says:

    Mike, first of all, who's "They"? And who said I was going to "pull this entitled BS on a FREE add-on". Way to put your own word in my mouth. Got anymore nonsense to waste with your online presence?

  239. #239 Username says:

    yeah drama in the comment section, *grab popcorn*

  240. #240 gzu says:

    Yay! I want a full refund too :)

    Thank's Giorgio for this addon
    It's now that it is not available that I take the time to thank you for your work.
    I feel really ashamed for that.
    Can't wait to have my favorite addon back, you're the reason why I use firefox, so i't not the same without you !

    Thanks again !

  241. #241 thedaon says:

    Sending lots of good wishes and energy to the developer that you can finish soon the upgraded version. :-)

  242. #242 Julien says:

    in the waiting time, just a quick question, i have lost my ability to use no Script for about a month now, on the previous update. Well now that FF57 is all over, no need to ask for something but did anyone have the same problem?
    PS i haven't waited for an add-on this long, i keep on earing about great addons on Chrome (about many different domains) but i can't resolve to use it :D , even if FF can climb up to 8GB of RAM over a weekend when left alone on my work pc...

  243. #243 captain cretin says:

    NS vanishing after that update is covered on the main NS landing page; it is an easy fix and NS stays in place afterwards Just follow the embedded link and do what it says.

    I feel guilty about not donating so this and several other wonderful programs, but 17 years of chronic illness, and a new, THIRD chronic illness stopping me from any sort of work, I am nearly penniless, and have to prioritise what little I do have on my young daughter.

  244. #244 MISFITS says:

    Hello, how far have you been ?

  245. #245 Bob Stories Of Ameriva says:

    Thank you the guys
    Cordialy
    Bob

  246. #246 David Salvati says:

    Definitely rely on noscript. Back up again with 52ESR. Thanks for the great product.

  247. #247 Julien says:

    PPS meant "i haven't waited for an add-on with such impatience for a long time" in my PS ;)

  248. #248 Simp says:

    No worries, take your time. Firefox 57 came as a surprise for all of us!

  249. #249 Simon says:

    ya doin' great, great, GREAT

  250. #250 fabey says:

    Thank you!

  251. #251 cesar says:

    Giotgio... take your time, dont rush man.. the good things always come, when have to come... so keep working ... and when you are ready... shout out..;)

  252. #252 Marco says:

    Hey Giorgio, no problems. Take your time. We trust in your work and things are under control. :D
    By the way, thank you so much for NoScript and all!!! Grazie!!!

  253. #253 JohnX says:

    As a software developer of many years, I realize what a contribution you've been making to the world for years, and I understand the enormous effort that's gone into NoScript over time.

    However, as a software developer of many years, I've also participated in enormous software disasters, including situations where a release was due "at the end of the week," but ended up being postponed for months.

    Since this release is so important to so many people, I'm requesting an honest assessment of where the development effort stands. Are we looking at a delay of a few days, or a few weeks and months?

  254. #254 Keith says:

    Like everyone else I've been on here ever since my Firefox was updated and there was no NoScript icon to be seen. What a relief to know Giorgio is keeping up the good work - huge thanks for your efforts. I look forward to the new Firefox but without (even better) NoScript it will be half the browser it was, so I'm checking back regularly while making do with Chrome for the next few days.

  255. #255 Richard Cheese says:

    I like cheese.

  256. #256 Matt says:

    Keep up the good work! used "NoScript" for years, hate using the web without it.

  257. #257 Rich says:

    Thanks for a great tool. Would it be possible to get an updated ETA for Firefox 57?

  258. #258 Mars says:

    Hello there,

    Giorgio, I cannot wait wait for the new version.
    You've given us a one great tool and BIG THANK YOU for that.

    Keep it real!

    Best regards

    Mars

  259. #259 Wolliwooooo says:

    Thank you very much for your fantastic and trustful work. First time I spend some money in freeware. As many thanks for the past. Your software is irreplaceable and makes the digital world a bit safer! Thank you very much Giorgio and Team! Many Greets from Germany

    Btw... Sorry for your italien-soccer-team. I'm soooo sorry ;)

  260. #260 Reham says:

    Simply, I can not using firefox with NoScript ..
    Thank you so much for your awesome work ..
    Greets From EGYPT

  261. #261 Pan Tau says:

    Thanks for your work. I love it. The onest tool that give eme a chance for control what happen on my laptop. Many many thanks. Also greetings from Germany

  262. #262 Jeremy says:

    Add me to the list of people who donated to NoScript! I had no idea how many ads it prevented me from seeing and I'm hesitant to do anything on the internet without the new update, so I hope that it comes soon.

  263. #263 Michel says:

    Thank you very much for this great add-on and all your hard work. Considering that a lot of malware is served by javascript these days, browsing is a lot safer with Noscript.

  264. #264 Charlie says:

    A life without NoScript is possible, but unthinkable.

  265. #265 Federico says:

    Vai Giorgio, sei tutti noiiiiii!!!!

  266. #266 Peter says:

    Thank you for your great work. I like NoScript. It gives me the potential to choose the scripts myself and so not being passivly delivered. I like to donate, but not with paypal.

  267. #267 Peter Paul says:

    Yes, I also donate but fuck Paypal.

  268. #268 Axel says:

    great work!!! I'd like to say thank you to you Giorgio for your work in making the net a safer please. I have even started telling my children to watch out for the "snake" when they surf the net.

  269. #269 Tobi says:

    You know since months that you need to update NoScript for FF57 and you know the release date for the Firefox update!!

  270. #270 Jimmy says:

    Jimmy, make me a sandwich. I know I've not paid you a cent or provided you any resources, help, etc. - but you've known for months there are hungry people and you've not done anything about it!!

  271. #271 Boba Fett says:

    Keep up the good work Giorgio and team! Will most definitely make a donation, hell I'll even consider PayPal if that's the only donation option!
    Greetings from Sweden! :D

  272. #272 Joey Jo Jo Shabadoo says:

    I have a warm fuzzy feeling from donating to y'all. NoScript is the only way to travel. THANK YOUUUUU!

  273. #273 beachbubba says:

    Cruising the Web without NoSript is like walking the 'hood in Chicago without a flackjacket.

  274. #274 katrina856 says:

    YOU SHOULD GIVE US SOME INFO,PEOPLE PAY YOU AND WANT TO KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON

  275. #275 MK says:

    I have a bad feeling about it. What's gonna be the next deadline? The end of the month? Year?

  276. #276 Boba Fett says:

    @katrina856
    bugger off, give the team some slack!

  277. #277 Dick says:

    THE HELL IS GOING ON?!?

    STOP LYING TO PEOPLE WHERE IS THE PRODUCT?!?

    YOU'RE NOT A FALLOUT 4 MOD, PEOPLE ACTUALLY PAY, PAY SEE THAT WORD PA-MUTHAFUCKIN AYAYEEE YOU BUDSKIES!

    OUR WAY OR HIGHWAY, WE WALK IF IT'S NOT RELEASED AND FUNCTIONAL WITHIN 48 HOURS!

  278. #278 Melvas says:

    Great work! thx!

  279. #279 Dick says:

    User "Dick" stays true to his name, both in content and form (caps lock ftw). We're all waiting, but more patiently so.

  280. #280 Boba Fett says:

    @Dick
    Stop being sucha dick...

  281. #281 vlad says:

    Giorgio, I tried to get your NoScript 10, but no success -- all I've got is: THIS ADD-ON IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR VERSION OF FIREFOX. (NOT COMPATIBLE WITH FIREFOX QUANTUM).

    You mentioned that you made NoScript 10, to run on Firefox 57/Quantum. True or not?

  282. #282 vlad says:

    PS. I have a screen shot of that window -- will send you via email.

  283. #283 jolly molly says:

    Screenshots look awesome. Put some more info on how to use every feature as tooltip please. Tooltips can never be too long :)

  284. #284 JohnX says:

    Having been involved in many software projects, including some
    disasters, here's my take about what's going on:

    * On Monday, they had a list of things that had to be done, and they
    thought the would meet the Friday deadline.

    * During the week, they were working almost 24 hours a day to finish,
    but things got added to the list that they had forgotten about.

    * By Friday, it was clear that they weren't going to be ready. In the
    worst case scenario, they discovered a major flaw in the design that
    means the product won't work at all. So they all went to bed to get
    some sleep, and leave until today how to deal with the disaster.

    * Today, they're sitting in a conference room (or meeting online) to
    discuss what to do. They'll be looking at releasing an incomplete
    product, and they'll even be considering whether it's possible
    somehow to get the old version working in the new FF.

    * Once they come up with a disaster recovery strategy, they'll
    announce it, probably within 24 hours.

    Of course that's just speculation. Maybe they'll announce the release
    of the finished product instead. Wouldn't that be nice?

  285. #285 Micah says:

    Really appreciate your hard work over all the years! Take your time on this version. And don't mind the bullies and whiners who are complaining that the latest version of your free, open source, and amazing program isn't out when they want it to be.

  286. #286 Asi says:

    Thank you so much for working on an update! I have been using no script for years. It's the first thing I check for when Firefox is updated and with the newest update I was like WTF??? I cannot imagine using Firefox without it! Thanks again!

  287. #287 fooedge says:

    In the meantime I tried the suggested uMatrix. It's actually not that bad, it can be used to bypass the time until noscript is ready.
    After many years of using noscript, I felt completely vulnerable without scripting protection. If you go for uMatrix make sure to delete:
    * 1st-party * allow
    * 1st-party frame allow
    in your rules settings and you have the same as noscript.
    I'll like noscript much better and will definitely switch back as soon as it's ready - just for the meantime.
    Stay safe :)

  288. #288 Four Lorne says:

    The update originally suggested the possibility of same day availability but clearly there were contingencies. Apparently the "definitely by the end of the week" is out as well. I think the lack of communication after being fed the hope of a quick fix is what's provoking some of the less patient posts here. The way this is unfolding belies the respect for a market that has enjoyed a product whose function is clearly appreciated.

    Bad news would be better than no news that leaves us hanging after being fed hope that could not be fulfilled.

  289. #289 LBattis says:

    Decided to roll v.56.0.2 back to ESR 52.5.0 just to be safer.

    November 17th, 2017 at 4:43 am LBattis wrote:
    Promptly rolled Firefox back to v.56.0.2 . . .
    NoScript? Never Leave Home Without It!

  290. #290 JJ says:

    Without this extension, I feel like I'm walking around with a half-finished haircut.

  291. #291 Evan says:

    "Apparently the "definitely by the end of the week" is out as well. "

    According to the majority of countries and the ISO standard, Monday is the first day of the week, meaning Sunday is definitely the end of the week, which is tomorrow. So cut the developers some slack ;) (Also: it's called the weekend not for nothing...)

    A big Thanks to the developers of NoScript, keep up the good work!

  292. #292 cryptoguy says:

    think about accepting donaitions via cryptocurrencies.
    Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Monero.
    security paranoid people dont use paypal :-)

  293. #293 Trevor says:

    Mostly positive comments here, but some truly buttholes here as well. To the few buttholes: Go away please, you help nobody by being a ass!

    There are some workarounds Giorgio suggested while we wait, read the post please! Even disabling all javascript is a possibility.The world ain't stopping just because we have to wait some days or have to do some workarounds in the mean time. Give Giorgio some space, and calm down. I'm sure we'll have a solution soon enough! :)

  294. #294 Christian Goulart says:

    Love noscript. Can't wait for it to be available for the current version of Firefox.

    In the meantime, I'm using SeaMonkey with noscript enabled, which is a great little browser on it's own.

  295. #295 Daniel_Sünkel says:

    Let's just wait until it is done. It will most probably be done these days.
    Sometimes bugs or oversights come up close to the aspired end of a development period... And then you got to fix them - and rushing those fixes usually makes the problems bigger.

    Also - a developer still is a human being. Which means, he can also be having others things to do all of a sudden.

    Just wait... :)

  296. #296 mrsugg says:

    I also changed from 56.0.2 to ESR 52.5.5 to be safer. Thanks . Patiently waiting.

  297. #297 EgoFunctionError says:

    Ppl need to direct their anger at mozilla, Giorgio told us what 2 do if u wanted FF with NoScript, that being said an update would be very appreciated. Also as suggested try uMatrix in the meantime, its interface is a little cumbersome but works much the same way. Took a few minutes to figure it out and don't remember many must-block scripts so have to micro-manage but better than nothing. Thanks staff at NoScript.

  298. #298 Chich says:

    Ditto on Asi (#284) and many others comment :
    >Really appreciate your hard work over all the years! Take your time on this version. And don't mind the bullies and whiners who are complaining that the latest version of your free, open source, and amazing program isn't out when they want it to be.

    Like many others, I feel naked without NS.
    I wasn't a donor until now, but will be once the new NS is launched.
    THANK YOU !!!

  299. #299 slythwolf says:

    I appreciate what you do! Not in a position to donate at the moment but thanks for all your hard work!

  300. #300 Jim Firefox says:

    I do find it strange that after having many months to get this ready, we've run into this major delay.

    Not going to be critical of the writer, but I'd like to hear exactly why this wasn't ready to go?

    Did mozilla change something at the end, or was there some major hurdle that couldn't be worked out?

    No need for mystery as to the reason.

  301. #301 qwent says:

    People, stop bitching and give the developers some time to bring us as much polished product as possible. You can just stick with FF 56 or whatever in the meantime.

    (I wonder how many of the most loud [read: annoying] people here have actually donated.)

  302. #302 To Jim Firefox says:

    @Jim Firefox:
    Why did you post without bothering to do ANY research first? The answers to your snarky quesiions are all over the Internet, and they are also all over these comments. You and all the other people who post snarky quesions here should ry reading a little before you post. Then they and you might have a chance at appearing intelligent, instead of entitled, lazy, ignorant, and obtuse.

  303. #303 some random jerk says:

    EVERYBODY! LEND NOSCRIPT YOUR STRENGTH!
    \o/

  304. #304 Alec says:

    @To Jim Firefox: Nothing Jim said was snarky, lol. Get off your high horse.

  305. #305 Windthin says:

    First off, thank you for the time and energy you put into this program. Having not had it the past several days reminds me just how vital it is to me. I've worked behind the scenes on things before myself and know how often that can go unappreciated, as folks don't always realize the effort that goes into a finished product.

    Secondly, to folks who are irate, I might remind you that there are often unforeseen issues that can not be fully determined until the program is actually tried out, which they likely could not DO until 57 was released. Also, keep in mind that there was a time when patches for issues could take months and months; having to wait a few days while they work out the bugs is a small price to pay. Be patient. These are good folks working to resolve the issue when many might have decided not to; I've seen a great many programs and projects go to the wayside and stop updating, so try to appreciate the fact that they ARE striving to keep updated.

  306. #306 Kevinski says:

    I installed Firefox ver ESR 52.5.5,but when I log off,or restart my computer,it updates to the Firefox ver 57.I tried looking in how to prevent updating,but couldn't find anything.

  307. #307 Dave says:

    To all you people getting your panties in a knot, lighten up! How do you pay for free software? Notice the link on the NoScript page? Know what "donate" means? Giorgio has been kind enough to offer this add on for FREE. What about his other commitments like his job and family? You expect him to drop everything, work 24 hours a day because you "paid"? If you don't like it, don't let the door hit you on the way out...

    I'd rather wait and be assured that the developer has covered all angles, and the add on works as it should. Regarding Quantum? I've been using it with Ghostery, Decentraleyes, and HTTPS everywhere. I find it super fast and have no issues. Along with my other security software and a custom hosts file going through a VPN, I don't feel any more vulnerable. I also don't use Facebook or any of the other sketchy social networking sites or apps.

    Looking forward to a new and improved NoScript. Thank Giorgio :)

  308. #308 turkey says:

    Giorgio, thank you for your work! I have no problem staying with FF56 until you are ready to release NoScript 10.

  309. #309 Merv says:

    Thank you very much for doing this, I'm happy to wait. Regards

  310. #310 Mary Hilton says:

    Oh, I'm so glad that you are working on the newest version to go with Firefox's latest attempt to block your program.
    I was so angry that they disabled it with their 'speedy, lightning fast' new build.
    I know it was deliberate on their part, too-because they want everyone to get loaded up with garbage. I'm eagerly awaiting the new build!

  311. #311 John says:

    I hope that you're on the mofo. I went to familiar websites and they are loading a ton of crap that I had been unaware of using NoScript. You have done a great job of making my browser work fast and the way I wanted. Keep it up.
    Is there a way of getting videos to work. I usually do not allow more than a top domain. The Chive videos are forever obscured when I'm using NoScript. Someone must know the entrance to the tunnel and how likely I am to die.

  312. #312 Wrinkly says:

    The week is not over yet. *chuckles*

  313. #313 qwent says:

    @Wrinkly: Yep, it's funny how people in some countries tend to think that the week ends on Saturday everywhere in the world :D

  314. #314 Joe says:

    There are no weekends while in IT. Nor days for that matter. 7x24x365
    We applaud your effort and thank you for your outstanding product.
    Now it is Sunday, November 19th at 0312.

    Get back to work!

    Oh and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  315. #315 Marc says:

    Looking forward to the end of the week ;-)
    Thanks for your good and hard work!

  316. #316 СЕРГЕЙ says:

    После обновления Firefox 57 больше не работает ваше дополнение. ИСПРАВЬТЕ ПОЖАЛУЙСТА

  317. #317 ruff says:

    how about you upload xpi somewhere and we'll sideload it?

  318. #318 Damosaki says:

    hihi - I update now more times a day and its tensioning like a race or like Flash Gorden series: "Will he be able to success? Will he manage to safe the world within time?"
    And of course: Grazie millle Giorgio perque tu es il mellio :-) (excuse translation issues - thx)

  319. #319 Innes says:

    Thank you! This is the #1 add-on for me, I recommend it to everyone.

  320. #320 Scott says:

    I 2nd the vote (post #292) for SeaMonkey with noscript enabled as a temporary solution; however, if you are dependent on quite a number of other Firefox add-ons/extensions, many of them are not compatible with SeaMonkey, including my holiday shopping favorite Ebates.

  321. #321 Jumping Jack says:

    Hey Giorgio. Don´t bother if you can´t hold the release date by the end of this week.

    1. It´s THE #1 must have tool for everybody. So people simply have to wait till it´s done, basta !
    2. Nobody can dare to have any regresses on your work, if they haven´t payed a full price.
    3. It´s sunday ! Lean back enjoy yourself and get your mind free for a day.
    4. I fell naked aswell, like somebody rippt away my pants or something, but dude ... that´s the best advertisement I´ve ever ... "felt" !?

    Looking very much forward till you´re ready to release the new NoScript 10.

    Best wishes and keep up the outstanding good work. You saved the world ... again :-)

  322. #322 Trevor says:

    @ruff
    If it's not working yet, it's not working yet. We'll just have to wait till it is ready, hopefully that will be soon.

    @People that are able to make a donation:
    I'm sure the vast majority here now understand the importance of this addon, NS is one of the few things that are easy to take for granted that we clearly should not. So please, please, consider making a donation when NoScript 10 is ready!

    If you can't give a monetary gift, maybe there are other areas where you can help? Translation, development, webdesign, other?

  323. #323 Вася says:

    Полностью поддерживаю Сергея, продались?

  324. #324 Chef says:

    Do you need translations including german? I'd be happy to help.

  325. #325 upx says:

    Marie, Thanks for the revert link -- https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/install-older-version-of-firefox

    REALLY WISH Mozilla would have warned of NON-functional legacy extensions right BEFORE we downloaded Firefox 57

  326. #326 James says:

    Thanks for doing this. No Script is, by far and away, one of the best extensions for firefox.

    Thanks for doing this!

    James

  327. #327 its me says:

    while waiting, everybody can send some money

  328. #328 mario says:

    Thank you! you're great, noscript is my first addon of firefox since years! God bless you

  329. #329 Gemelbaite says:

    Yeah no problems. I switch to chrome with script safe so wont need No Script. Good luck hope it comes back out someday

  330. #330 Cody says:

    @Wrinkly and @qwent

    Where on Earth does the week end on Saturday ? For me the week begins on Monday which suggests the last day is Sunday; this is much of the world. Americans tend to think of Sunday being the first day of the week. Ah, but maybe you mean Saturday is the last day of the week. That would make sense indeed as that's how it is in America - but definitely not the world over! But I suppose that goes for a lot of things and to be fair Americans aren't the only ones doing that kind of thing; it's not even just the calendar.

    Nevertheless in software sometimes patience is required. As a programmer I am also a user and too often I see devs and users do not exist in harmony and it's to the detriment of all involved! Patience is also important because you want quality over quantity. Many users don't understand that and sadly many developers don't either.

  331. #331 a man called horse says:

    @Cody: Nah, Sunday is the last day in America too. The work week begins on a Monday, Friday is considered the end of the WORK week (Mon - Fri is "business days"), but the actual end of the week is Sunday.

  332. #332 tomtyi says:

    Cody, not Americans tend to think it, for every Christian just as for the Jews the first day of the week is Sunday.

  333. #333 vincent says:

    you all think he has no life outside noscript

  334. #334 Four Lorne says:

    Reserving my real anger for Mozilla.... for surprising us with this. Surely they could offer a compatibility check before an update is installed... no?

  335. #335 Rob says:

    Please stop blaming Mozilla. They have been warning about this for months.

  336. #336 Jo Black says:

    Firefix 57 is f*cked up ...

  337. #337 Hunter says:

    Hey, take all time you need. No problems if take some other days. But made a good job! ;) thx

  338. #338 KarenJG says:

    Well, I can't surf naked any longer, so I've installed uBlockOrigin. It's not NoScript, but it helps with some of the more egregious background requests and stuff.

    Hopefully the new NoScript will be finished and out soon. But uBlock seems like a decent figleaf.

  339. #339 Jołma Mansemenk says:

    @Chef (#322) - You, germans are idiots. Learn more english and about IIWW, especially about german death camps.

  340. #340 Patator says:

    @Jolma Mansemenk (#336) : U're totally fucked up, dude, assaulting someone who offers help, only on the basis of his nationality. U know 70 years have passed since WWII right ?

  341. #341 Jake says:

    I decided to install uMatrix for the time-being. I deleted all the default allow rules so that it blocks everything by default and then I only allow what is needed. I hope NoScript will be released soon.

  342. #342 Ralf says:

    Yeah, FF-Quantum really got us normal "users" by surprise.

    Some people might be interested in https://github.com/Aris-t2/customcssforfx
    Replacement(s) strategy for ClassicThemeRestorer.

    We need to share Information especially in such matters (MyFirefox).

  343. #343 TorinE says:

    Thank you for your effort, NS is eagerly-awaited!

    In regards to #336: Godwin's law! This comment section has officially become too old.
    BTW there's an new post of Georgio in case you missed it...

  344. #344 Hans says:

    I won't temporarily swith browsers because FF is the only one I trust (kind of). I need noscript. Please release something (anything you have) asap. It does not have to be perfect yet and won't have to work entirely. You can make it perfect later.

    Please, please please. I will kiss all your toes. Honest.

  345. #345 NEVILLYN CHAMBER says:

    Is the answer GHOSTBUSTERS 2

  346. #346 Gart says:

    Thank you for your effort, NS is eagerly-awaited!

    In regards to #336: Godwin's law! This comment section has officially become too old.
    BTW there's an new post of Georgio in case you missed it...

    Then link it up, or it's just another no info statement

  347. #347 Gart says:

    'definitely by the end of this week'

    Missed it, don't promise deadlines that you can'y meet. Not like you knew this wasn't coming.

  348. #348 kray says:

    I would like to say thanks for all ya hard work i don't normally brown nose but i don't care about the deadline ya set as long as its stable when it comes and should be the attitude for all awaiting this progg appreciate don't moan at these people who give you a free progg that is a god send,
    keep fighting the good fight and ignore the nay Sayers.
    maby those who have been impatient block the ip for a download wining fers.

  349. #349 panos says:

    To Mozilla:

    How come the new browser does not have the NoScript built-in or there is no transition plan for top addons? You are on the same team, Mozilla! You left the browser naked. Why?

    I have kept Firefox because of NoScript, otherwise I would not use it. Consider that. Think of it carefullly. You should have forked NoScript and made it built-in if you could not maintain compatibility. Then the author could continue his work there. He has *a lot of work* to do because everyday there are thousands who target this thing. This addon is an essential part for Tor browser also. It offers a very important functionality.

  350. #350 Jeff says:

    It's weird that the "Find a Replacement" button leads here, instead of to a viable replacement.

  351. #351 auto post says:

    Just wait for update No scipt.

  352. #352 Sad Guy says:

    NoScript, I miss you T_T

  353. #353 Jeff says:

    I've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and

    THANK YOU SO MUCH, GiORGIO, FOR YOUR GREAT WORK!!!
    I've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) andI've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) andd for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and

    THANK YOU SO MUCH, GiORGIO, FOR YOUR GREAT WORK!!!
    I've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) andI've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) andd for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and

    THANK YOU SO MUCH, GiORGIO, FOR YOUR GREAT WORK!!!
    I've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) andI've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) andd for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and

    THANK YOU SO MUCH, GiORGIO, FOR YOUR GREAT WORK!!!
    I've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) andI've never donated for a plugin or something like an addon for a browser, but I just did.
    The last few days with firefox 57 without your addon had shown how important your addon is!
    Please keep up the good work!!!
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times NoScript has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.
    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.
    Now Chrome andare blocked from going there too.
    use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of " Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever) and
    I know a single donation can't compensate your mission to try making firefox more secure, but I', using your addon for the past few years and I'm really happy with it.
    I'm used to work with Firefox as my default browser for years with Noscript, Ghostery, uBlock, AddBlock and Giorgio!
    Thank you so much for It has become the absolute Must-Have Addon for Firefox and if the guys at Firefox would have more class, they'd hire you as an INTEGRAL part of Firefox. Because, without you, Firefox would be worth only 50%!!
    Unlimited times has literally saved my ass, or I was able to circumvent the most-evil invasive-ADs. Sometimes, I had to play around with the settings of NoScript, like using an old machine, where you try to turn some switches ON and OFF. In the end, in 95% of most cases, I was able to get a relaxes internet-experience without evil mechanisms, which draw my attention away.

    Something like convert Block google.ads.com to

    0.0.0.0 google.ads.com

    Not just for this transition period but for functional compatibility with other browsers.

    For example:

    If it's blocked in Firefox I export that to a compatible hosts file list and add it to my hosts file.

    Now Chrome and Edgeless are blocked from going there too.

    I use a custom hosts file already but it doesn't catch 100% of everything like Noscript does.Later today In a couple of days, if everything goes fine, and definitely by the end of this week, NoScript 10, the first "pure" version, will be finally released for Firefox 57 and above, after years of work and months 5.x living as a hybrid one to allow for smooth user data migration.

    NoScript 10 is very different from 5.x: some things are simpler, some things are improved, some are still missing and need to wait for APIs not available yet in Firefox 57. Anyway, whenever you decide to migrate, your old settings are kept safe, ready to be used as soon as the feature they apply to gets deployed.

    If you're not bothered by change, you're ready to report bugs* and you're not super-paranoid about the whole lot of "NoScript Security Suite" most arcane features, NoScript 10 is worth the migration: active content blocking (now more configurable than ever)

    !Is the answer GHOSTBUSTERS 2

  354. #354 Hobie Katz says:

    I hope NS is available soon. I was just hit by some drive-by ransomware! I had uBlock Origin enabled, but that didn't help.
    I had reminded myself a few days ago not to go to any untrusted/unknown sites, but I forgot my own advice and suffered the consequences of surfing naked. I forgot how vulnerable a browser is to scripts!
    NS should be required for FireFox if they are going to remain vulnerable.
    It feels strange that I didn't have to allow scripts to be able to post here.

  355. #355 anon says:

    how do I noscript this jeff guy

  356. #356 Four Lorne says:

    Dialed back to 52 ESR and have some control over scripts again

  357. #357 asdfafastascanbe says:

    @anon uBlock Origin - right click and "Block element"

  358. #358 Jason says:

    Today has made me appreciate how much I've relied on noscript for I don't know how many years. Thank you for all the work that you do.

  359. #359 anon says:

    @asdfafastascanbe holy shit I was joking but that's actually a great solution. Thanks!

  360. #360 JayL says:

    Living without NoScript for over a week now, reminded me how ugly the web actually is. There are just so many websites I wouldn't visit ever again without control over the things happening there...

  361. #361 God says:

    YOU FAILED!

    Mozilla enounced end of life of API month ago!

  362. #362 hans says:

    AAAH! I feel naked without it but I cannot go back to the slow-as-sh!t FF versions!
    PLEASE hurry, but take your time so it´s not too buggy. ;)

  363. #363 kray says:

    @cody the week is 7 days not Monday to Sunday buddie so 14+ 7 =21 not that as explained in my previous post give a hog tied dropping on a spit roasted nip as long as its usable take all the time it requires i say im just clarifying not having a pop ok cody :) i hope you don't mind.

  364. #364 JD says:

    Just wanted to say thank you very much. I have switched to FF 52ESR so that I can use noscript. I just do not feel safe without it. Thank you for all your hard work and I pray that others will be patient and not grieve you much.

  365. #365 asdfafastascanbe says:

    @asdfafastascanbe Is the answer GHOSTBUSTERS 2

  366. #366 kray says:

    oh and to add also if its a bank week you cannot count weekend in the uk also lol ( a working week) 9 days.

  367. #367 Andy says:

    Thanks, Georgio, for many years of safe browsing. I'm looking forward to NoScript 10. Keep up the good work...:)

  368. #368 AA says:

    Just don't announce release dates you aren't 110% sure you can keep.

  369. #369 Dullmoron says:

    Hi AA...

    You obviously have never ever written a single line of code, because then you would know that there is NEVER a sure date.

  370. #370 anon says:

    when will you approximately make the new release available? like Thursday or Friday maybe? can we get a lil bit of more info about that, please? :)

  371. #371 Jess says:

    @Anon :

    Giving dates is a dangerous thing... it'll be finished when the author deems it so. Not before, and not later :)

    The closest we get at this point is probably "Soon™" :D

  372. #372 AA says:

    @ Dullmoron:

    If there's no such thing as a sure release date, then don't give any. Easy, right?

  373. #373 Wnt says:

    It *is* necessary to give some kind of update and a bit more information about the hold-ups. I say this because the usual rule seems to be that anything down for a week is dead forever. I remember sites ranging from SyFy to the ACLU abruptly announcing that their forums were closed down for a couple of weeks ... the latter came back up a few years later, the former not at all. Unless you keep your audience, the point of having an update at all quickly goes away.

    We thought the internet was going to be an age of freedom, but thanks to the duplicity of the computer scientists, it is more like the redefinition of a book. When I was a kid people said a book was a helpful resource; you could open it just out of curiosity and see something new. Now they should teach kids that a book is a dangerous thing, an evil thing, something that demands a contract that could brand you for life just for looking at it, or wipe out whatever else you had on any device to read it, that continually watches you, that is finding out things about you while doing nothing for you but trying to make you click on it to let it. Tell the kids that a book is not something you read to learn something new, but something you submit to to show your loyalty if you are absolutely sure that it says exactly what your masters want you to believe.

  374. #374 Panama Pooper says:

    I use umatrix now instead of noscript.

    In the beggining it confused me but now, it is even better. Because you can allow script for just one special site, and don't have to allow it globally like with noscript, which always sucked.

    Here is the (better) alternative:

    https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/umatrix/

  375. #375 Panama Pooper says:

    Hi guys, I use umatrix now instead of noscript.

    In the beggining it confused me but now, it is even better. Because you can allow script for just one special site, and don't have to allow it globally like with noscript, which always sucked.

    Here is the (better) alternative:

    https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/umatrix/

  376. #376 tobi says:

    thx for the hard work. i am using it for some years already. it never made any problems, is easy to use and gives me a feeling of safety and privacy in the web.

    at first people made jokes about me being paranoid, now they ask me were to get it and how to use it.

    since i am a software developer myself i feel with you regarding the delay in the release.

    looking forward to being able to use it again soon with the new firefox. to get back this feeling of safety and control of what the websites i visit are allowed to do and to track.

  377. #377 gareth says:

    new firefox is a bit crap

  378. #378 Martin says:

    Thank for your hard work. Do not listen to the annoying People. best regards from Switzerland :-)

  379. #379 Jarod says:

    @AA No matter what you (as a developer) do, you always make it wrong for someone. Just take a look at #364 or #343 and #366 or #369:

    If you make an announcement, people will take it as a fact and expect you to deliver on date. If you then, for which ever reason, are delayed, they will complain (#364 or #343).

    If you make no announcement, because you can not guarantee that you will be able to deliver on date, people will complain as well (#366 or #369).

    If you are a developer, you will understand that dilema. Therefore he already is doing the best thing he can do: he is working on the project and is taking all time he needs.

    So just be happy that he is investing his private time to work on the migration so that we, at some point, will be able again to use this fantastic Add On. Or even better: donate some money to show that you are not taking his work for granted and see all the time and work he is putting into it.

  380. #380 Frank says:

    Many thanks for your hard work - NoScript is a great product and I will keep looking for it every day/

  381. #381 AA says:

    @ Jarod :

    Oh I know that there'll always be someone bitching about something and that deadlines have a weird life of their own and tend to slide further and further. :)
    I'm not complaining about the delay. I'm saying that if you make a statement like "DEFINITELY by the end of this week", rather than, say, "MAYBE by the end of this week", you're creating undue expectations and people will hold you to them.

  382. #382 anon says:

    Jarod,
    "If you make no announcement, because you can not guarantee that you will be able to deliver on date, people will complain as well (#366 or #369)."
    I am a developer as well, and I just kindly did ask for a approx. date. What part of this is a complain? Please just kill yourself :)
    And this is the only time I am complaining rn, and that just because of your shitty ass post.

  383. #383 Jarod says:

    @AA I see your point and agree. Thanks for pointing it out and sorry for missunderstanding your post :)

    @anona I was just about to apologize for taking your post (I do agree, that it is not complaining but it still shows my point) but then I read further and sorry, you jusr disqualified yourself.
    I do not understand why you have to loose all kind of politeless and immediately start to insult a person you never met. So sorry dto disapoint you, I'll not kill myselfbut maybe you should try ;)

  384. #384 Leif says:

    Been using NoScript for years, very happy with it. I'm pretty sure it has kept me out of trouble ;-)
    Looking forward to the next version. Thanks for your hard work!

  385. #385 chris says:

    Definitely one of the best pieces of free software that I have been using - for FREE - so those who are moaning perhaps should look for alternatives that are costly and come with a Service Level Agereement. Hope the development is going well on the new version! Happy to beta test if required!

  386. #386 Sum Yung Gai says:

    Giorgio, thanks for NoScript, both the XUL version and the upcoming WebExtension version. Been using your NoScript add-on for over 10 years now, ever since I learned about it. It is because of both Mozilla and *you* that I can safely browse Web sites easily, on Free Software platforms. If I want to be extra-safe, then we add the Tor Browser team.

    You're thus part of the "tri-fecta" that underpins much, much safer use of the Internet, and for this, I am grateful.

    --SYG

  387. #387 Michael says:

    Best of luck, always a greater challenge with a new API. There is always a question of whether the problem is in your code or the library.

  388. #388 Jamzy says:

    Ahhh! I upgraded firefox accidentally and now I have no noscript! I'll be waiting with bated breath for the release.

  389. #389 Shadee says:

    Just stopping by to say good luck working on the update. Major changes and the hurdles that come with them can suck sometimes. Donated, because it was long overdue and I appreciate the use I've gotten out of your product so far. Thank you for your hard work! :)

  390. #390 01100110011101010110001101101011 says:

    COMMIT.

    DO IT, FÁGGÓT. WE KNOW IN ITALY YOU GOOMBAS SLEEP 20 HOURS A DAY AND SIP LATTÉS FOR 3, BUT YOU CAN'T EVEN MEET YOUR OWN DEADLINES.

    SPEND LESS TIME TUGGING YOUR PRICK WITH OLIVE OIL AND POSTING PICTURES OF YOUR SNOTNOSED PROGENY WHOM I HOPE ALL DIE OF LEUKEMIA AND A LITTLE MORE TIME AT THE GRINDSTONE.

    YOU HAD MONTHS IN THE PRE-57 HYPE TO DO THIS, BUT YOU PUT IT OFF BECAUSE YOU WERE TOO BUSY SCREWING AROUND LIKE A SILLY GOOSE. AND THESE SHILLS APOLOGIZE FOR YOUR UNPROFESSIONALISM AND ATTACK FIREFOX INSTEAD IN A DESPERATE SEARCH FOR AN OUTLET AT THEIR CORRECT FRUSTRATION WITH YOUR LAZINESS AND FALSE PROMISES.

    IS THE WEEK OVER YET, *GIORGIO*? https://youtu.be/b1HNOpzsUZc

  391. #391 elenheru says:

    Can't wait for the release

  392. #392 Vincent says:

    Grazie per tutto il tuo lavoro, tutta Marsiglia con te !

  393. #393 Rolf says:

    Hi Giorgio
    Just keep the good work up.
    I like NoScript and am waiting for NoScript 10.
    In the mean time, I did donate. :-)
    Regards from Switzerland,
    Rolf

  394. #394 anon says:

    you know donating before the release creates an incentive to prolong the delay, right

  395. #395 bob ekstend says:

    All these years with best firefox addon, and know the king is naked.
    Keep workong...
    Greeting from Croatia

  396. #396 Peter C says:

    Desperate for the new version-
    Horrified on the automatic FF upgrade and noscript missing!! Keep up the good work & never mind the unjustified critics. Writing code & especially bug free/well tested code isn't easy, so dates are always elastic. Many thanks for all the previous versions, I've used for years.

  397. #397 AA says:

    After getting used to Firefox with No-Script, this last week has made me realize how essential No-Script to my internet experience.

    I am donating as soon as the new No-Script rolls out.

    Thank you for your hard work

  398. #398 Carl says:

    Someone has forgotten homework!

  399. #399 ssssssssss says:

    My big dick needs NS!!! No sucky no sucky for me!!!!!

  400. #400 Marc says:

    Same as #390 ;-)

  401. #401 Paul says:

    Keep up the good work.
    Want to donate too!

    Greetings from Germany

  402. #402 anon says:

    Thank you for creating a plugin that stops tracking by spooks with nothing better to do or monetize!

  403. #403 Random says:

    If you guys really need noscript asap, just use uBlock Origin medium or hard mode. Does exactly the same thing and is actually updated.

  404. #404 Randy says:

    Is NoScript available for any other browser besides Firefox?
    Or, is any other browser secure enough that it doesn't need NoScript?
    I think I virussed my machine last night, surfing with NoScript SECRETLY removed by Firefux. Then finding out -- the hard way -- why.

  405. #405 Mash says:

    I'm so mad right now, a lot of my add-ons don't work with this new FF. I must have NO Script, so I'll be back to get it!

  406. #406 Mr G Morse says:

    Sir,

    Thank you so very much for the update. Browsing has been a nightmare these past few weeks with nasty things popping up all over the place. What a relief to return to safe, trouble free browsing.
    I thank you again you lovely person.

    GVM

  407. #407 Gegi says:

    We can wait and Firefox users should be able to also install an ESR version, if necessary.

    I like people who say "I better deliver a good and stable software than to be fixed to a divine timeline".
    This shows responsibility, because Giorgio knows that there are users, who are relying on his work.

    Mozilla has made the mistake not to ask the firefox users by a dialog for their OK before that big new upodate took place or to inform them earlier to switch to the ESR line.

    So, more slowly please.

  408. #408 Lore says:

    Without noscript = without firefox.
    Thanks for your work, I still do not understand how is it possible to disable the scripts temporary, but I am happy you made it for quantum.
    Grazie!

  409. #409 John says:

    It's live! Thank you, I really appreciate your work. You are great! I will surely donate soon! Keep on rockin!

  410. #410 Gerber says:

    Thanks a lots!!.. NS its a safety feature for FF

    I make contribution(donation) ;) (thumb up)

  411. #411 Ocie Hudson says:

    Firefox Quantum 57.x is so "awesome" that it won't play the audio portion of any video that it displays. No other application running on my computer has that problem, so it probably has nothing to do with 64-bit Windows 7 Pro SP2 (fully updated) or the hardware (a do-it-yourself build).

    The Mozilla Support forum search feature is so awesome that you'd better use just one "keyword" to search for information and advice. Even then, it returns thousands of results and the likelihood that the most recent or at least one that is useful is among the first 25 is essentially zero.

    Mozilla is so awesome that after every time they release a "major" Firefox overhaul, I cannot log-in to the support forum. No, the password manager hasn't forgotten my user name / email address / password. Mozillas hasn't deleted them from their records, either, because I cannot create a new account with the same credentials.

    So, I've decided to uninstall the Quantum awesome POS with its ugly, user-hostile, and inefficient Google Chrome UI, and run Firefox 52 ESR instead. Maybe Mozilla will solve the problem eventually, but I wonder how they are going to resolve it when there is no way for someone to let them know that it exists. And how are they going to let ME know that they have solved it?

    But it doesn't matter much to me any more. Before ESR expires, I probably will have installed Windows 10 and started running Edge instead. I am totally fed-up with Mozilla and its inablility to recognize and appreciate what works for the adults who use it in their eagerness to just make something "new" and "fresh" to impress their peers.

    Good luck with NoScript 10. I feel as though I'm saying farewell to an old, valued and trusted friend. I am sure that it will continue to be a far superior product than the web browser whose features it extends and augments will ever be. NoScript is the difference between a seasoned professional and the latest crop of sophomore software designers and programmers that evidently comprise the Firefox development "team".

  412. #412 el Thomas says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. Cheers!

  413. #413 Pikki says:

    and NoScript just started working again. Thank you so much.

  414. #414 LucMorizur says:

    Just one word: thanks!!

    --
    Luc

  415. #415 Buzz says:

    Installed NoScript Quantum. The user GUI is a bit confusing so far. I like the old NoScript set up. I wish they had just stuck with the old GUI menus and not gone with this new menu.

    I miss the easier way to allow and revoke certain scripts. Sometimes I kept allowing one script at a time to see which one was needed, then revoking the ones I didn't need. I don't think you can do this with the Quantum version? I guess I'll have to get used to it unless I want to see ads.

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it!

  416. #416 ... says:

    Hi,

    Why if I click on "Default" (under "No Script Settings") the line with the site address permanently disappears from the list?

  417. #417 AA says:

    @Buzz:

    Seconded. I don't seem to be able to block/allow subdomains selectively, or give temporary permissions either.

  418. #418 gerhard says:

    Hey guys, fantastic job, well worth a couple of days wait. It took me a few mins to work out how to use it but found it fairly easy and if the new version for Tor works in the same fashion I shall have no problem.
    Thanks again and a donation will be on it's way.

  419. #419 A. says:

    It doesn't work with Sandboxie

  420. #420 Tmbra says:

    Thanks M8!
    Its the most important addon ever. use it for a long time...
    just wanna say Thank You

  421. #421 anon says:

    Tbh the old pop-up of the add-on was way better than the new way of deactivating script files. Fix that!

  422. #422 punny says:

    At least it works for now. But it would be nice to have it more like the old one was, someday in the future.

  423. #423 NoOne says:

    Oh well... what a disappointment FF 57.0 Quantum and the new NoScript 10.1.1 turned out to be.
    I really appreciate all the hard work being done to get NoScript up and running but the GUI is a mess.
    Akward behavior indeed! Why reinvent the wheel?
    The previous version worked so well with the script popup lower right corner when action was needed.
    Please reconsider the GUI changes! Please...

  424. #424 zariel says:

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!! Waited patiently for the new update. It was worth it. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!

  425. #425 NoTwo says:

    I agree to NoOne (#423). B4 update noscript was easy to work with, something not running, no problem.
    No, i have nearly no clue how to do the same i did b4.

    Where is, allow all, all temporarily, allow 1 for ever or just temp? Maybe i should read some documentation, maybe the gui has room to improve.

    Thx for the continuing work, despite mozilla throwing stick and stones in the communy's ways.

  426. #426 Four Lorne says:

    Thank you.

    Kinda miss being able to temporarily allow then disable scripts with a single click though the popup style window is nice to actually see the individual objects. I think playing with the new interface is in order so I can better familiarize myself with how things run.

    A side note- I was completely unaware that this is the work of a single individual and not a team. Speechless...

  427. #427 NoTwo says:

    Adding to #425: I had to deactivate noscript, due to my inability to differ between scipts i need and i don't (for minimum site functionality). Playing around in menus, setting checkboxes doesn't give me a clue.

    I agree to #426, the old style with its great power is somehow missing.

  428. #428 Censorship says:

    Just to let people know that my elaborated critique was deleted from this board. So do not bother to provide serious feedback it is apparently not wanted .

  429. #429 Bo Elam says:

    At #419, you say, it doesnt work with Sandboxie.

    NoScript 10 does work with Sandboxie. Works with SBIE same as before. I havent found any conflict. Can you tell what issue you are having, here or at the Sandboxie forum.

    Bo

  430. #430 J.O. Words says:

    Yes, Mozilla is really, really blowing it. Ocie Hudson, post 411, said it all. Many thanks to Giorgio for years of success with the invaluable NoScript, and for the effort to make it work with this ridiculous Quantum Firefox, but this is goodbye.

  431. #431 Pearst says:

    Temporary permissions can be given by clicking on "S", then on the clock appearing ! TO me it looks strange that so many people didn't find how to make it.

  432. #432 AA says:

    Thank you! Somehow I'd missed it entirely.

    And of course thanks to Giorgio Maone for his exceptional work and his ongoing effort.

  433. #433 User says:

    Erm, I concur with #426 and #423. Please bring back the old GUI behavior of "temporary allowing" and right click context menu pop-up

  434. #434 01100110011101010110001101101011 says:

    Thank you for your work, Giorgio; your industry and integrity continue to be as inspirational as your work is appreciated.

    G*d bless

    #428, moderation is on the tighter side here; are you certain it was a substantive post?

  435. #435 Rob says:

    Seems like enabling "script" in a Custom configuration also enables it in the "Default". Is it really meant that way?

    Now that this messed up my "Default" configuration, is there a default you can recommend?

  436. #436 Phil says:

    Lore writes:

    > I still do not understand how is it possible to disable the scripts temporary

    It's rather hidden behind an additional click, which I think is very unfortunate. You firstly have to click on the "TRUSTED" icon, and *then* you need to click on the fiddly little icon of a clock *inside* that button (and which only appears at that point) to toggle from permanent to temporary trust.

    Hopefully this part of the UI will be improved. I think it's a bad idea to require an additional click to make the permission temporary, and I don't like the fact that the bit of the UI that you need to click on moves around whenever buttons are selected -- so you don't even know precisely *where* the second click goes until after that animation has finished! If this general approach to the buttons is kept, then the temporary trust option *really* needs its own button.

    Assigning temporary trust is the thing I *normally* want to do, so I want that to be as quick and easy to do as possible, and right now it is quite cumbersome.

  437. #437 Penny says:

    Thank you for the new version Giorgio but I have no idea how to 'Temporarily Allow this Page' or 'Allow this Page'
    I honestly have no idea how to do this, maybe you could have an option for computer-illiterate numpties (I am one) to install the older version.
    There used to be options at the right hand bottom of my screen but it's disappeared now.

    I am sorry to say that really does hurt my head to make sense of it

  438. #438 Scott says:

    A 2nd vote for SafeScript with Chrome (post #329). Echoing others here hoping the NoScript 10 interface can be simplified similar to NoScript 5.

  439. #439 bazuga says:

    Thank you very much for your efforts to release NoScript 10.1.1.
    It seems to be working well in my environment so far. (Firefox57 x64. Win7 x64)

    There may be a drawback to the installation yet.
    However, it seems that the installation was completed by downloading the installation file "noscript-10.1.1 Xpi" locally as a file, and then dropping and dragging the files on Firefox.

    I hope to be able to add NoScript on Android FireFox as well.

  440. #440 Wrecked on the Tundra says:

    I have had more than a little fun fingering this out... but after crashing FF a couple times I think I got it. The full page of urls and their settings can be a real can o worms, but if one is patient it kinda works. The learning curve is decidedly steeper than the comfortable old version, but I still gots a couple brain cells left and I'll fire them suckers up!

    btw, FF 57.0 on 16.04 Ubuntu Linux 64 bit. Nice to have NoScript back! I feel much better now. Many thanks.

  441. #441 charlie says:

    With noscript inavailable for a few days, I've found that Noscript has copied some functions from umatrix. Now I think umatrix is powerful and simple and a better choice combined with ublock origin. Bye Noscript. Too bad was great before.

  442. #442 zz-zz-zz says:

    Looks like right now the extension disables scripting but does not process HTML noscript tags - this breaks the graceful degradation of many sites, e.g. DuckDuckGo.

    I believe this is caused by an underlying Firefox "bug" where a CSP that blocks scripts will NOT cause the noscript tags to be processed. That's compliant to the spec but rather useless. (I can't find the link right now.)

    So is there any update when this behavior (or the underlying firefox/spec bug) will be fixed?

  443. #443 Frank Z. says:

    Many thanks for the update! :)

    What's the difference between "Trusted" and "Custom" in the site settings? (Except that I can turn off "Scripts" when I select "Custom".)

  444. #444 Frank Z. says:

    I can't seem to set the sub-options like "Font", "Media" etc. individually per site. Whenever I turn one of them on or off, no matter if it's a "trusted" or "custom" entry, it toggles for all sites.

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