victor50 wrote:starting with "https://plusone.google.com..."
Would one of those scripts happen to be apis.google.com/js/plusone.js? Per the Listing of script sources for which surrogates are provided
, NoScript will run a Surrogate Script
, or "fake" script in its place, so you should be able to Forbid that one from running.
I think since I switched to the new beta-look.
Have you tried switching back to the old look?
Now I try to find a blacklist feature or some other setting in Noscript to prevent this from happening..... <snip>... and otherwise wait for version 3 where I can blacklist.
You can blacklist now.
Open NoScript Menu > Tools > Options > Whitelist. You can select and delete one at a time, or hold down Ctrl and select multiple, then click "Remove selected sites". Remove all related to Google. When done, click OK.
Now, when you actually wish to use these services, some things won't work. Open the NS menu again. Scripts marked in blue with choice to "Allow" or "Temporarily allow" are now being blocked. Make a note of them. (You can right-click them, which copies them, and paste to a text doc.) Then "temporarily allow" (or "TA", as we say here in shorthand) one at a time to see which one(s) is needed for which site. Or "Temporarily allow all this page", then "Forbid" them one by one, to see which ones break which pages. You can re-allow if needed, by pointing to "Untrusted" in the menu, and TA those that may have been needed. Note these also, along with the sites.
When you know which scripts need to run at which pages, we'll write you a rule to do that automatically for you. Any that aren't necessary at all can be left in an un-allowed state, which means, blocked by default, but if you want them not to appear in the menu, click "Forbid" on that script, and it will automatically be added to the Untrusted list. It won't show in the menu at all, except under the Untrusted sub-menu.
I hope this is more helpful.
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