well enough. It's a matter of playing the odds. The more sites you go
you'll get some sort of malware from them.
Sure I often have to enable JS, but only after I've seen the site first.
If it looks dodgy, I just leave. And often I can still click on a few
links or read an article without JS. It's rare I'll enable JS if I just
need one thing from a site.
This is my experience, too. There are a lot of sites. Few