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The Tor Browser Bundle ships with Javascript enabled because disabling Javascript disrupts the user experience and even usability of such a significant portion of the internet.

That being said, you should disable Javascript unless you absolutely need it to access a specific site!

  See also the FAQ entry: https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#TBBJavaScriptEnabledWhy is NoScript configured to allow JavaScript by default in the Tor Browser Bundle? Isn't that unsafe?

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The Tor Browser Bundle ships with Javascript enabled because disabling Javascript disrupts the user experience and even usability of such a significant portion of the internet.

That being said, you should disable Javascript unless you absolutely need it to access a specific site!

 https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#TBBJavaScriptEnabled

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The Tor Browser Bundle ships with Javascript enabled because disabling Javascript disrupts the user experience and even usability of such a significant portion of the internet.

That being said, you should disable Javascript unless you absolutely need it to access a specific site! See also the FAQ entry: Why is NoScript configured to allow JavaScript by default in the Tor Browser Bundle? Isn't that unsafe?

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The Tor Browser Bundle ships with Javascript enabled because disabling Javascript disrupts the user experience and even usability of such a significant portion of the internet.

That being said, you should disable Javascript unless you absolutely need it to access a specific site!

https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#TBBJavaScriptEnabled

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The Tor Browser Bundle ships with Javascript enabled because disabling Javascript disrupts the user experience and even usability of such a significant portion of the internet.

That being said, you should disable Javascript unless you absolutely need it to access a specific site!

The Tor Browser Bundle ships with Javascript enabled because disabling Javascript disrupts the user experience and even usability of such a significant portion of the internet.

That being said, you should disable Javascript unless you absolutely need it to access a specific site!

https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#TBBJavaScriptEnabled

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The Tor Browser Bundle ships with Javascript enabled because disabling Javascript disrupts the user experience and even usability of such a significant portion of the internet.

That being said, you should disable Javascript unless you absolutely need it to access a specific site!