A Chrome extension that gives users control of the web and more secure browsing while emphasizing simplicity and intuitiveness.
- Install for Chrome/Chromium/Vivaldi and other derivatives
- Install for Firefox
- Install for Opera
- View project on Github
- Getting Started – learn how to install and use the basics of ScriptSafe
- Frequently Asked Questions – get answers to common questions
- Options – explore the available options
- Domain Lists – learn more about domain lists in ScriptSafe
- Configuration Sets – configuration sets that you can easily import into ScriptSafe
- Changelog – versions and changes
- Tests – see ScriptSafe in action
- Translate – help translate ScriptSafe
- whitelisting/blacklisting functionality and granular control
- automatic auto-syncing of settings AND whitelist/blacklists across your devices (via Google Sync)
- actually speeds up browsing because it removes a lot of unwanted content
- remove <SCRIPT>, <OBJECT>, <EMBED>, <IFRAME>, <FRAME>, <APPLET>, <AUDIO>, <VIDEO>, <NOSCRIPT>, and <IMG> elements, as well as webbugs
- block unwanted content (MVPS HOSTS, hpHOSTS (ad / tracking servers only), Peter Lowe’s HOSTS Project, and MalwareDomainList.com are integrated!)
- block click-through referrer data
- spoof referrer/user-agent data
- block unwanted cookies
- “intuitive” icon that changes based on whether or not a page is whitelisted/blacklisted/bypassed
- shows number of blocked/removed items in toolbar
- shows blocked/allowed items in tab details popup (along with item type)
- bulk import domains into whitelist and blacklist
- option to temporarily allow a page/temporarily allow all blocked items
- choose the default mode (Block All or Allow All)
- option to preserve same-domain elements
- option to disable automatic refresh of pages after whitelisting/blacklisting/temp. bypassing a page
- protect against WebRTC leaks
- support for IPv6 addresses
- protection against browser fingerprinting attempts
Due to the nature of this extension, this will break most sites! It is designed to learn over time with sites that you allow.
Info on Permissions Requested by ScriptSafe
- “Read and change all your data on the websites you visit” – this sounds scary, but ScriptSafe needs access to pages in order to block things (e.g. scripts, spoof headers, killing webbugs).
- “Display notifications” – this is required for update and sync notifications (if syncing is enabled)
- “Change your privacy-related settings” – this is required for the WebRTC Protection feature
You can view all the latest ScriptSafe code changes, line-by-line, here: https://github.com/andryou/scriptsafe/commits/master
More info here: https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/permission_warnings#warnings
ScriptSafe does not contain any ads or sketchy analytics code. Every bit of code in ScriptSafe has one purpose: to give you control over the web. ScriptSafe is completely free, released under the GNU GPLv3 license for true open-source freedom, and the source code is public.
Donations are welcome: you can donate to me by clicking on the green heart icon in the ScriptSafe options page (via PayPal), or through Bitcoin: 39VJ5L9Yd6WocG6r88uE7ZZnM5J2M5bW92
Over the years I’ve received offers from many individuals/organizations to sell them ScriptSafe (and its users); my answer has and always will be: no.
ScriptSafe has never and will never log or send your data to third-party entities.
I also will not accept requests for domains to be pre-whitelisted in return for monetary or personal gain.
About the Creator
Hi, I’m Andrew. ScriptSafe was created by one ordinary guy (me) as a simple weekend project in 2011 lovingly coded in my bedroom. It has evolved into what it is today with numerous development hours and the help of its over 280,000 users and feedback. I am the only developer and I use ScriptSafe myself every day on every device I use.