Step 1: Enter “about:config” (without quotation marks) in the address line and confirm with Enter.
Step 2: If you open the configuration editor for the first time, Firefox plays the following warning by default before you are redirected to the hidden browser settings.
Confirm that you are aware of the dangers and wish to continue. If you no longer want to receive the warning when you call the configuration editor in the future, clear the check mark for “Show this message next time”.
Click “Toggle” again to reactivate the function if necessary.
Step 1: Click on the menu icon in the upper right corner of your browser window and select “Preferences” to open the browser settings.
Step 2: Scroll to the bottom of the menu and click the “Advanced” button to open the advanced browser settings.
Step 3: Under “Privacy and Security” select the “Site Settings” menu item.
Microsoft also offers Internet Explorer users the option of preventing the client-side execution of scripts. Unlike Firefox and Chrome, scripting options are not configured through the browser settings, but in the internet options of the operating system. Proceed as follows:
Step 1: Click on “Tools” in your browser window’s menu bar and select “Internet options”.
Windows opens a dialog window with the same name.
Step 2: In the “Internet options” dialog box, navigate to the “Security” tab.
Step 3: Select the internet zone and click the “Custom level” button.
Windows opens the “Security Settings – Internet Zone” dialog box.
Step 4: Scroll down to the scripting section and disable the active scripting and Java Applet scripting features by switching the “Enable radio” button to “Disable”.
Be prepared for the consequences