I already turned notifications off since I dont need them and I have "show the noscript element whichxxs warning when trying to use altavista search (when altavista not allowed to use scripts). its move me to yahoo site with following error in console. [NoScript XSS] Sanitized suspicious request.work-around for bit.ly sidebar triggering ClearClick warnings (thanks Markus387 for reporting).built-in Firefox Sync turned off by default (can be enabled through the noscript.sync.enabledcan be switched off through the noscript.sync.enabled about:config preference x [ XSS] Fixed false positive The only way to log in is to bypass no-scripts warning and reload the page "unsafely", cant recall the exact phrase.It looks like noscripts thinks the login procedure is XSS. I guess in a way it is but its the desired behavior.HTML code is Off. Cross-site scripting, often abbreviated XSS, is a class of Web security issues.Krebs also recommends the NoScript extension for Firefox. According to the download site, this tool "allowsBy all means, turn off scripting for unknown sites. And run a toolbar that warns you about phishing. Cross-Site Scripting (XSS or CSS).Execute it, navigate to the ListComments.aspx page, and observe that the new contents are being appended to the CookieJar.
txt file without a trace or warning message.