Pale Moon blocks privacy enhancing addons like noscript, citing this rationale for blocking such an imporant addon:So, it looks like Pale Moon's developers are actively working against the intrests of its privacy-concerned users, and would rather allow websites to execute malicious ECMAScript programs on unsuspecting user's machines, than to be blamed for a broken website. To disable this blocklist, set extensions.blocklist.enabled to false in about:config.NoScript is known to cause severe issues with a large (and growing) number of websites. Unless finely tuned for every website visited, NoScript will cause display issues and functional issues.
when I search for extensions.blocklist in about:config in basilisk, I get several results, including URLs for basilisk and mozilla.
not only are you compromising user security by sending requests to mozilla and basilisk, but you are also opening up basilisk to censorship. please remove this or explain why it is included.
also why would you include spyware features in Pale moon? How much did you get paid?