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Is a browser with disabled scripts and disabled java enough against malware

Is a browser like Firefox with disabled scripts (for example via a plugin like no-script) and disabled java enough to be protected against dryve-by-malware from the internet. Of course this does not ...
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Are there any addons that disable only some functionality of scripts?

Tor comes bundled with NoScript. Correct me if I'm wrong but that's because client sided scripts can determine the originating IP address regardless of who the traffic is passed through. But NoScript ...
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Does Google Chrome protect against cross site scripting (XSS)?

In Firefox I've been using the NoScript extension to protect myself from certain malware attacks. NoScript is well known as it's a very powerful extension for Firefox and introduced protection from ...
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What is Greasemonkey / Userscripts and how does it relate to IT Security?

I came across http://userscripts.org/ and learned that it is popular among web-users to install something called "Greasemonkey" to allow client side scripts to run. What are the benefits of ...
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NoScript: How to determine which sites/scripts to whitelist?

NoScript is a great plug-in, both for security and for ad blocking. However, I've found it's not always easy to figure out what scripts need to be permitted on certain pages, to be able to use the ...