I have been wondering, if t here is an option that would allow me to temporarily allow scripts from a current site and all linked sites.
See ABE FAQ
, especially FAQ 8.10 and onward, for how you can use the ABE feature to permanently allow some script or group of scripts at a selected group of sites, while remaining default-denied to the rest of the universe.
This requires that you know the scripts to be allowed at each site, which of course you know once you get there.
This capability will be made much easier in next-generation NoScript 3.x, without the need for ABE rules.
The reason you don't want a blanket capability to allow all scripting from all sources linked from example.com is that the list of scripts called by example.com may change at any minute. It may include ones you don't want. In fact, the way NoScript protects you from your trusted sites being hacked is that these attacks generally involve the bad guy getting his script to run at goodsite.com, perhaps through an advertisement, or perhaps because goodsite.com was not properly coded to prevent this. Hence NoScript default-denies the new source's script unless and until you *choose* to allow it. All of the big sites: Google, Yahoo, PayPal, Facebook, eBay, etc. have been hacked at one time or another.
For information on additional protections provided by NoScript against deeper attacks on good sites, see "XSS" FAQ
Btw. is it possible to rename my account, I actually made a spelling error (should be AndreasA when I created and only noticed when I tried to login).
Only the Administrator, Giorgio Maone, could do that. But as you have only one post so far, why not just delete this account and re-register with the correct spelling? (hopefully not tripping a sock-puppet filter)
You received this notificatoon, right? So when you reply as "AndreasA", you should be subscribed to this topic under that name as well, so long as "Notify me...." is your choice.
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