I'm not even sure what a "script" is
In this case, a "script" is instruction code that is, in essence, a command that tells the browser to perform some task.
Oh, and I cleared my cache, but that also only worked for a short while.
It won't stay cleared for any length of time, that's one of the reasons why TsVk! suggested an "Empty Cache" add-on/extension.
The following is a cheap work around and will render the the "Secure Login" extension useless. Since you don't want Pale Moon to remember/save passwords,
- Options > Privacy button in the top row.
- In the "History" section, un-check "Remember my browsing and download history" and "Remember search and form history".
- Click the "Security" button in the top row.
- In the "Passwords" section, Click the "Saved Passwords" button.
- In the "Saved Passwords" window click the "Remove All" button.
- Click the "Close" button.
- Back in the "Options" window, Click the "Advanced" button in the top row.
- Click the "Network" tab in the second row.
- Click both "Clear Now" buttons.
- Click the "OK" button.
- Exit Pale Moon and re-launch
Now Pale Moon won't have any information to display for any log-in/sign-in forms.
If the above doesn't or won't work for you, then let's try the:
Pale Moon Commander add-on
Scroll down the page to the "Download and install" section. Look for the "Add to Pale Moon" link. It's just above the button. Click the link to install the add-on. This is a tool for Pale Moon created by Moonchild. It gives you additional/expanded options specifically for Pale Moon. We're going to use it to reset the Pale Moon preferences to the installation defaults.
After completing the "Pale Moon Commander" installation,
- Tools > Advanced options...
- In the "Pale Moon Commander" window click the "Other" button, top row.
- Click the "Reset" tab, second row.
- Click the "Reset All Preferences" button.
I just wrecked half my extension settings going through this.
- If there is a warning accept it.
You should now be reset to the defaults.
Re-do the first two bullets from the cheap work around steps. Also be sure to un-check the "Remember passwords for sites" option under the "Security" button window.
In "about:config" re-set "signon.autofillForms" to false.
Exit Pale Moon and re-launch.
If none of the above work, then all I have are questions.
What version of Pale Moon do you have, 24.5.0?
Is it the 32 bit version "Pale Moon 24.5.0 (x86)"?
Or the 64 bit version "Pale Moon 24.5.0 (x64)"?
Did you download it from one of these:
Or from some other download site?
Have you been using "Private browsing mode" all this time?
In "about:config", is "signon.autofillForms" still set to false or has it reverted back to true?
Is "Remember passwords for sites" still un-checked or is the status now checked?
After you set "signon.autofillForms" to false, did you "Exit" Pale Moon before you closed the lid to the lap top or before the computer entered sleep mode?
What, if any, plugins(e.g. Flash Player, Adobe Reader) are installed?
What security applications do you have installed on the computer, fire wall, anti-virus, anti-malware?
With out more information to work with, at this time I can only suggest four things:
Any one of the first three may well solve the problem, but without knowing what caused it in the first place I'd have to say the issue will most likely return in short order.
BTW, did you clear the cache before or after the problems returned?