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I do the same on my laptop: chromium for day to stuff I don't care about
and a (fairly) locked-down IceCat for the important stuff.
And I agree: the more people use NoScript, the better. Maybe we could
put together some kind of "best practices" site - that goes into
slightly more depth than Prism Break? I'd be happy to work on that
content as I'm not much of a developer.
On 28/06/13 11:06, MJ Ray wrote:
> On 28/06/13 10:18, Alessandro Rubini wrote:
>> because it would be seen as paranoid. The tech world is way beyond
> for sites that really need it." -- Andrew Ludgate, Sophos (proprietary
> anti-virus vendor)
> I'm sure you can find many more experts offering similar advice.
> and hipster website developers who, are "way beyond this", not the tech
> I'd love it if we shared good practice and encourage people to install
> things like noscript.net.
> On my (CyanogenMod10 and f-droid) phone, I have two browsers: one with
> (including one of the telco ones, annoyingly!); plus one with scripts
> switched off. That's worth it, isn't it?
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