Published by Chris Coyier
Uhm, yeah, why wouldn't I?
It's totally insecure. Hackers could destroy your computer.
Hackers? What is this 1995? And, no they can't.
They can definitely steal information about you without you knowing.
Like you're address book information or your browsing history, depending on your browser and settings.
So if I were to visit some dark corner of the internet where people ran malicious scripts like this, people might be able to capture that my name is Bob and I live at 123 Maple Drive Mayberry, NC? And that sometimes I look at boobs at The Daily Niner?
But I don't use autofill on my forms at the browser level, they can't. What about you? Isn't like every single website you visit seemingly broken?
Yes but I'm much more likely to enable it on a big businesses website than some random blog. Look, I'm not alone here, millions of people have downloaded the NoScript plugin for Firefox alone.
Are you sure? Have you ever had weird charges on a credit card you've had to refute?
Do you know exactly how that information was stolen from you?
Doubt... Trust... two sides of the same coin.
You see it as lazy I see it as the future. So what about Flash, do you block that too?
No, I love Flash.
I knew I didn't like you. You're probably a PC guy too huh?
Dude, we're not going there.