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Policeman gives you precise control over what web requests are allowed. Create rules based on domain name and type of resource being requested. It can also be used to improve privacy or block cross-site scripts.
A popular add-on for Firefox, to help you download all the links, movies and audio clips on a single page at maximum speeds, is FlashGot. Created by the same man who brought us NoScript, this lightweight and reliable external download manager will let you download a plethora of information with a single click.
While this extension has many good features, my favorite might be the FlashGot All. By selecting this from the menu (or by hitting Ctrl+F3) you can grab all the links found on a current page and dispatch them to the default download manager. Another nice feature included is the FlashGot Media option. Watching a video on YouTube? Quickly download it by hitting Ctrl+F7, via the right click menu or from under the “Tools” Category in your menu bar.
FlashGot might simply be the best integration/add-on for your download manager.
Why would the random Firefox user off the street be using NoScript?
Firefox is an extremely safe browser, because it can take advantage of an open and agile development process, a very security-minded core development team and a multi-vendor security coordination group, including people from major Linux distributions and IT integrators, which I’m also a member of. This ensures that many experts with different backgrounds and points of view are steadily discussing about making Firefox safer and stronger, and that discussion quickly translates in bug fixing and enhancement code.