kygin wrote:Has there been any progress on NS for Google Chrome yet? I'm using Chrome more and more, and I really miss NS there. Can we say "uncomfortable"?
jonathanH wrote:.... and a NoScript-like extension "ScriptNo"
jonathanH wrote:It would be nice to know if Giorgio thinks this API gives him enough control to make a good go of it.
Giorgio Maone wrote:Jason wrote:I use Chrome too, is there any perticular reason that u may not recommend the scriptno for chrome?
Yes. Chrome/Chromium misses many key hooks and infrastructures which are indispensable to deliver the security features provided by NoScript with an acceptable degree of completeness and reliability.
If/when they're there, I'm gonna port the proper NoScript to Chrome.
Until then, any "NoScript clone" for Chrome can't be compared to the original, because it's just a different (and inferior) thing.
kygin wrote:I'm not totally giving up on Firefox, but for now my preferred browser would be Chrome if it had NS.
jonathanH wrote:Chrome's sandboxing with noscript functionality would be sweet.
wiar wrote:Come noscript for Chrome or not?
sorry for my bad english.
google profits from ads. this probably won't be the top priority in their mind.
Hungry Man wrote:P.S. I recently wrote about security Firefox and it includes a section on NoScript (which I 'highly recommend') so check it out and feel free to tell me if I left anything crucial out.
MITM, courtesy of HSTS and other HTTPS-enhancing features
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