I encountered this on namecheap.com. This question is not about namecheap.com itself, which I have no problem trusting. What approach do you recommend instead when dealing with CDN scripts that have very long random names? Now I know they are most likely how bad the main site has decided to refer to the external utility scripts that they have put on a CDN.
But, if the main site had been hacked, attackers could also inject a script to pull and use a long random name that looks harmless by looking like a utility script.
Is there any particular reason to be more careful about these long randomly named scripts than for the more named ones? I guess not, but they make me a little uncomfortable on NoScript. Especially on the sites where I will enter credit cards.