NoScript was considered, by many Firefox users, a must-have extension, and it’s now available for the new Firefox Quantum. But what is NoScript, why do so many people swear by it, and should you use it?
Of course, your browser is yours. You have the ability to control what it does—you could even disable all images entirely and browse the web in text format, if you want. You could disable Flash entirely and never watch videos online. You could use a text-mode browser like w3m in the terminal instead of using a graphical browser. But do you?
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