There isn't any absolute security. Our choices and what we click matter more than anything else. Security is about making the correct decision 10,000 times a day, without fail. If we fail (and we all do), then we hope the next level of protection will save us. If that fails, we hope the next level of protection saves us.
I won't use chrome. Just don't trust the largest advertising company in the world to NOT access private data displayed in their browser. I do use chromium, but only for specific, trusted, financial websites and only when run in a separate container - away from other applications and without any direct access to permanent storage. Firejail is how to accomplish that, but it isn't perfect either; just provides another layer of protection. My day to day secure browser is firefox
I use NoScript, but understand there is a serious flaw in the firefox addon architecture which makes any addon have the ability to see all data from all websites. Each isn't limited to just the viewing tab as we would hope. This is a serious flaw for all addons in firefox. I get the feeling this aspect is very difficult to address without a nearly complete re-write and breaking all current addons