I can use hotmail (gmail, name.your.mail) / ebay / my online bank account. Whats happening?

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Those services use JavaScript intensively also in subframes and dialogs which not necessarily have the same URL as the login page. Easiest (even if not safest) thing you can do to fix your problem is right-clicking on the page, opening the NoScript menu and Allowing the base domain (i.e. hotmail.com or google.com) rather than the full URL. The really safest behaviour would be right-clicking on every page which doesn’t work and allow one by one those address entries which are marked as forbidden, starting with the ones apparently more connected with the main site and stopping when the page works. Some common settings: • Ebay: right-click|NoScript|Allow ebay.com, ebaystatic.com, ebayobjects.com, ebayrtm.com, ebaydesc.com, yahoo.com, about:blank • Yahoo: Allow yahoo.com, yimg.com, about:blank • Bloglines:, Allow bloglines.com, ask.

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Those services use JavaScript intensively also in subframes and dialogs which not necessarily have the same URL as the login page. Easiest (even if not safest) thing you can do to fix your problem is right-clicking on the page, opening the NoScript menu and Allowing the base domain (i.e. hotmail.com or google.com) rather than the full URL. The really safest behaviour would be right-clicking on every page which doesn’t work and allow one by one those address entries which are marked as forbidden, starting with the ones apparently more connected with the main site and stopping when the page works. Some common settings: • Hotmail/Microsoft Live: Allow hotmail.com, live.com and wlxrs.com.

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