Lukes's guide to NoScript

Lukes's guide to NoScript

Postby Luke » Sun Feb 17, 2013 6:55 am

Hey guys here is a guide to help protect your computer from flash scripts that might contain viruses, malware or spyware.


How to use noscript in firefox to protect from malicious flash attacks
Open Firefox
Go to
http://noscript.net/
you will be asked to allow noscript click on allow to install it
after it has installed you will be asked to restart firefox
once firefox is installed you will see it is installed
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go to a website
e.g. http://www.fairytail.tv/1/ is what i'm going to use as an example
when the website has loaded up click on an episode link
once episode pages has loaded up right click on the page
you now see an extra option for the page called noscript
hover over the noscript option and wait for it to load
you will now see flash scripts that are available to be temporarily allowed
click on temporarily fairytail.tv
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wait for the page to reload
if the video still doesn't come up just right click again and follow this page
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on these sites Fairytail.tv , Narutoget and watchop they us the flash script of bleachget.com to play videos
You just do what you did to allow FairyTail.tv by clicking on temporarily allow bleachget.com
then wait for the page to reload and you should see the video now playing when you click to play it.
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other sites flashes that I temporarily allow.

Amazon flashs: http://www.amazon.co.uk/com and images.amazon.co.uk/com

Youtube flashes: ytimg.com and youtube.com

Facebook flashes: facebook.com and akamaihd.net
(I'm rarely on FB but I go on it when I have to.

soccermanager.com: http://www.soccermanager.com and static.soccermanager.com

I would advise never allow flash scripts unless you trust them as viruses, malware, spyware, etc, can be sent through them
its one of the easiest ways to send viruses, malware, spyware, etc, its the main reason apple don't allow flash on their ipads.
though I think flash scripts are essential but I'm a security and privacy conscious person lol
so I never permanently allow flash scripts.


Hope you have a nice day.

Luke.
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