Bypassing Surveys on Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome and No Script add-on
The question how to bypass surveys is not easy to answer. First step would be to understand what exactly survey is from technical side of view. Normally, surveys are scripted mostly with Java coding language. Okay, so now we understand that in order to bypass a survey, we have to somehow deal with Java code(script) which operates the survey execution on the website or page. What exactly we have to do? Which code triggers the survey appearing on the page?
This is example of Java code which is responsible for survey execution on page (to access this you need to open developers tools on your browser):
That may sound and look a little confusing if you are not really into coding, programming and other geeky stuff. Do not worry, bypassing surveys with this method is suitable for people with minimal tech knowledge. The scenario would be very basic – you must disable the Java script to disable the survey. Simple as that if there is no script which executes the survey there is no survey. I will make you upset, i really do not want to do that, but i have to – this method will not work for every site. 🙁
Bypassing surveys on Mozilla Firefox
For this method we will be installing a specific extension on your Mozilla Firefox browser which will block survey executing Java script when this annoying script is trying to load on opened web page. Basically it works the same way that AdBlock Plus works to block ads on sites and social media networks. This extension blocks all the scripts on the page, not only the survey appearance triggering scripts. The name for this magical extension is No Script Add-On and it is available on Mozilla Add-ons Page.
Click the Firefox button and then click Add-ons. Search for “NoScript” in the search box, and then add NoScript Security Suite to Firefox.
Block scripts to disable surveys. Depending on the way the survey executing script was written, there is a chance that NoScript will be able to bypass it. When you load the page, you should see a bar appearing on the bottom of the page.
Click the Options button to select what is being blocked and bypassed.
You should select survey loading Java script.
There is no guarantees that this method will help you to bypass survey.
Bypassing surveys on Google Chrome
Bypassing surveys on Google Chrome while using this method is the same as with Mozilla Firefox, except we will be using different extension since No Script add-on is not available for Google Chrome browser. The equivalent extension for Google Chrome which does the same job as No Script and is useful for surveys bypassing is called ScriptSafe.
Click the small icon with tree lines which position is just few millimeters below the X (browser close button) and then click settings. Select Extensions and scroll down to the bottom of the page. You should see Get More Extensions link
so just click on this link and you will be redirected to chrome web store. In search box type ScriptSafe and then add to Chrome.
Using ScriptSafe for bypassing surveys is pretty much the same as using NoScript Add-On on Mozilla Firefox browser. When page is loaded, click on extension icon and select “Deny all scripts”.