31st January 2016, 15:14 #1
Install file when NoScript blocks scripts?
I have installed "noscript" on firefox browser. I know that noscript stops scripts from loading except those I allow. I have this question: "does it affect when I install python.exe or any other file using firefox." I hope the question is easy to understand. Please post a answer.
Thank you in advance.
31st January 2016, 15:53 #2
What do you mean by "...install python.exe or any other file using firefox." ?
31st January 2016, 17:53 #3
Actually, I want to ask "when I am downloading a file, like python 3.4.1, to install it, does noscript block any part of the downloadable file?"
Is it ok to use firefox with noscript enabled to download files like python 3.4.1.
I hope this makes it clear!
31st January 2016, 18:01 #4
Yes, of course.
NoScript has nothing to with any download.
If you donīt understand what NoScript is, then you should perhaps read the documentation...?
1st February 2016, 17:52 #5
the above misconception was nagging me but now it is gone. Thanks to Hackerman again!
1st February 2016, 20:48 #6
If NoScript blocks a specific web site, a download site, then possibly a download will be hampered if not prevented.
1st February 2016, 21:36 #7
You are welcome.
Originally Posted by s_acharya
1st February 2016, 21:41 #8
NoScript doesn not "filter" any downloads.
Originally Posted by RolandJS
But after the download starts, NoScript has nothing to do with the file being downloaded.
Last edited by hackerman1; 2nd February 2016 at 01:41.