For example, it opens the changelog webpage (full of ads of course) on every single update of the extension, even though the NoScript FAQ claim that it happens only on major updates (yes, if you dig into it you will find the preference to disable this behavior – but how many people do that?). And updates coming roughly each week ensure that this page is opened fairly often
A problem is of course that NoScript will usually disable scripting and consequently also most advertising. That problem is being worked around by putting NoScript’s domains, Google AdSense and a few others on NoScript’s default whitelist
Erik Abranson wrote:I can't describe more precisely the problem or how I coped with it because it is now a thing of the past for me, especially since a few minutes ago when I became aware of the shared filter lists, subscribed and joined this forum : I can no longer find a web page with ads...
NoScript is also a very effective and easy way of avoiding such ads. As I said, in combination with Adblock, I find myself completely shielded from advertising even on pages where I have to allow some scripts
bee wrote:So, i feel like he isn't trustworthy seriously he could do that again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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