The release of NoScript Anywhere includes a variety of new features, but it’s the support for Firefox Mobile that is the big attraction. 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. The new version also works on Maemo-based phones and tablets.
“The mobile-focused UI is focused on making ‘normal’ usage as easy as it is now in NoScript at least, whereas more advanced options (per-site granular permissions, hierachical permissions depending on the hosting page and so on) will be available in the desktop UI and synchronizable with mobile device via Firefox Sync,” the release notes for the add-on say.