NoScript initial configuration bug?
I'm using Tor Browser 8.0.1 (based on Mozilla Firefox 60.2.0esr) (64-bit), on OSX Yosemite 10.10.5.
When I open Tor Browser, go to the Add-ons Manager, and then open NoScript preferences; the starting configuration under the General Tab is always:
To have everything enabled for the "DEFAULT" Preset customization (script, object, media, frame, font, webgl, fetch, other). To have everything enabled for the "TRUSTED" Preset customization. To have only media, frame and font enabled for the "UNTRUSTED" Preset customization. The per-site permissions list is also empty.
After pressing the 'Reset' button:
I have frame, fetch and other enabled under "DEFAULT" I have everything enabled under "TRUSTED" I have nothing enabled under "UNTRUSTED" I have a whole bunch of per-site permissions being included.
Regardless of whether Reset is pressed, or whether I adjust the settings myself, whenever Tor Browser is reopened, the same insecure initial configuration always reappears.
Only after permanently disabling the file download warning, I am able to export a NoScript configuration, and Import the generated file again after startup to return NoScript to my preferred settings. As always, the starting configuration after Tor Browser restart is the insecure state described above.