I ran across this on namecheap.com. This question isn't about namecheap.com itself, which I have no problem trusting. Rather, what approach do you recommend in dealing with CDN scripts that have very long random names? Now, I know they're most likely just how the main site decided to refer to external utility scripts they've put on a CDN.
But, if the main site had been hacked, the attackers could also inject a script to fire and use a long random name that looks innocuous by looking a like a utility script.
Is there any particular reason to be more cautious about these long random named scripts than for the more recognizably-named ones? I suppose not, but they do make me a bit queasy on NoScript. Especially on sites that I will enter credit cards into.