Check out Privoxy. Lifehacker has a great guide on how to set it up.
ScriptSafe has come out recently, and beats NotScripts.
A simple extension that brings some of NoScript's functionality to Chrome while emphasizing simplicity and intuitiveness (no affiliation to NoScript):
- whitelisting/blacklisting functionality and granular control
- actually speeds up browsing because it removes a lot of unwanted content
- ability to remove
<SCRIPT>, <OBJECT>, <EMBED>, <IFRAME>, <FRAME>, <APPLET>, <AUDIO>, <VIDEO>, <NOSCRIPT>,and
<IMG>elements, as well as webbugs
- ability to block unwanted content (MVPS HOSTS, hpHOSTS (ad / tracking servers only), Peter Lowe's HOSTS Project, MalwareDomainList.com, and DNS-BH – Malware Domain Blocklist are integrated!)
- ability to block click-through referrer data
- "intuitive" icon that changes based on whether or not a page is whitelisted/blacklisted/bypassed
- shows number of blocked/removed items in toolbar
- shows blocked/allowed items in tab details popup (along with item type)
- bulk import domains into whitelist and blacklist
- option to temporarily allow a page/temporarily allow all blocked items
- choose the default mode (Block All or Allow All)
- option to preserve same-domain elements
- option to disable automatic refresh of pages after whitelisting/blacklisting/temp. bypassing a page
EDIT: It now takes advantage of the new Content Blocking API in Chrome 17 to block accurately and very, very fast. The above feature set is old, BTW, but I can't be bothered to update it. ;)
I found it in this answer
Check out the response from the NoScript developer as to why NoScript has not been ported to Chrome:
The reason is very simple: Chrome is still lacking the required infrastructure for selective script disablement and object blocking.
There's a great extension called NotScripts that is based on FF NoScripts
You can use a startup parameter for your shortcut to block java, java script, images, and plugins by appending one of the following to the end of your google chrome shortcut:
Java : "-disable-java"
Plugins : "-disable-plugins"
Images : "-disable-images"
Taken from Lifehacker here.