Disabling JavaScript prevents hackers?

JavaScript controls numerous website aspects. Any mobile or desktop browser you're using to read this probably supports JavaScript.

Twitter, GitHub, and Trello are notable examples. Text-based websites without dynamic resources and HTML-powered sites are outliers.

Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc. have privacy extensions and settings to deactivate JavaScript. That makes disabling JavaScript simple.

What happens when disabled? Examples:
Remove pop-ups and advertising for a better reading experience (varies between websites).

It prevents tracking cookies on websites, boosting your privacy.JavaScript may damage websites, impacting user experience.

It prevents hackers from introducing malware into your web page.Disabling JavaScript makes surfing safer but reduces user experience.

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