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I've had quite a few instances browsing .onions that require Javascript to be enabled (protonmail, for example).

I don't believe there is a way to configure this directly in Tor browser settings, so I am forced to configure noscript to try to enable javascript for a few sites.

I was thinking it could be a decent feature to be able to "whitelist" sites in the Security Level page, with the ability to add URLs that can be set to a specific security level that isn't the default.

Is this a feature that people would be interested in having? Are there any blatant security holes that I am missing if something like this was implemented. Of course, it would be up to the end-user to maintain their whitelist.

Please let me know any feedback on this idea, or if you have any other suggestions, or even post to refute my idea :)

Thanks for reading!

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