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"The release of NoScript Anywhere includes a variety of new features, but it's the support for Firefox Mobile that is the big attraction," writes Threatpost's Dennis Fisher. "The add-on for Android devices is meant to mimic the desktop version, giving users the ability to set permissions for each individual site and use a default policy for restricting content."
"NoScript also now includes an anti-clickjacking feature and an anti-XSS filter designed to protect users from cross-site scripting attacks," Fisher writes.
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