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A user agent is a computer program representing a person, for example, a browser in a Web context.

Besides a browser, a user agent could be a bot scraping webpages, a download manager, or another app accessing the Web. Along with each request they make to the server, browsers include a self-identifying User-Agent HTTP header called a user agent (UA) string. This string often identifies the browser, its version number, and its host operating system.

Spam bots, download managers, and some browsers often send a fake UA string to announce themselves as a different client. This is known as user agent spoofing.

The user agent string can be accessed with JavaScript on the client side using the navigator.userAgent property.

A typical user agent string looks like this: "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:35.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/35.0".

(Source: Mozilla.org)

User Agent String

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List Of Browser User Agent Strings

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David Lawrence
• Friday, 30 July, 2021
• 9 min read

WebKit (18,642,786) Blink (9,913,314) Trident (1,737,329) Presto (368,303) Gecko (299,203) Edge HTML (25,016) Gonna (3,639) HTML (3,483) Seafront (3,419) If you need to integrate the user agent parser directly into your website or system then it's very simple to use the API.

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Click on any string to get more details Chimera 0.6 Free open-source web browser developed by Google. Chromium is the name of the open source project behind Google Chrome, released under the BSD license.

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Leech Craft 0.4.55LeechCraft 0.3.95LeechCraft 0.3.70LeechCraft 0.3.55 Text mode browser for Unix and OS/2 Click on any string to get more details Links 6.9Links 2.7Links 2.3pre1Links 2.2Links 2.1pre9Links 2.1pre37Links 2.1pre33Links 2.1pre32Links 2.1pre31Links 2.1pre30Links 2.1pre28Links 2.1pre26Links 2.1pre23Links 2.1pre20Links 2.1pre19Links 2.1pre18Links 2.1pre17Links 2.1pre16Links 2.1pre15Links 2.1pre11Links 2.1preLinks 2.1Links 2.xpre7Links 2.0Links 1.00pre3Links 1.00pre20Links 1.00pre12Links 0.99Links 0.98Links 0.96 Logo is an open source web browser that is written completely in Java.

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Similar thinking has resulted in the nightly trunk builds (bleeding-edge test binaries that will eventually form the basis of the next Firefox version) being rebranded as Minefield Click on any string to get more details Minefield 4.0b4preMinefield 4.0b2preMinefield 4.0a1preMinefield 3.7a5preMinefield 3.7a4preMinefield 3.7a3preMinefield 3.7a1preMinefield 3.6a1preMinefield 3.2a1preMinefield 3.1b3preMinefield 3.1b2preMinefield 3.1b2Minefield 3.1b1preMinefield 3.1a2preMinefield 3.1a1preMinefield 3.0preMinefield 3.0b5preMinefield 3.0b4preMinefield 3.0b3preMinefield 3.0b3Minefield 3.0b2preMinefield 3.0b2Minefield 3.0a9preMinefield 3.0a8preMinefield 3.0a7preMinefield 3.0a6preMinefield 3.0a5preMinefield 3.0a4preMinefield 3.0a3preMinefield 3.0a3Minefield 3.0a2preMinefield 3.0a2Minefield 3.0a1Minefield 3.0.7Minefield 3.0.6Minefield 3.0.5preMinefield 3.0.4Minefield 3.0.1Minefield 3.0 Click on any string to get more details Mozilla 2.2Mozilla 2.0b4Mozilla 1.9a3preMozilla 1.9.2a1preMozilla 1.9.2.3Mozilla 1.9.2.20Mozilla 1.9.2.13Mozilla 1.9.1b3Mozilla 1.9.0.9Mozilla 1.9.0.8Mozilla 1.9.0.7Mozilla 1.9.0.6Mozilla 1.9.0.3Mozilla 1.9.0.2Mozilla 1.9.0.14Mozilla 1.9.0.10Mozilla 1.9.0.1Mozilla 1.9Mozilla 1.8b2Mozilla 1.8bMozilla 1.8a6Mozilla 1.8a5Mozilla 1.8a4Mozilla 1.8a3Mozilla 1.8a1Mozilla 1.8.1a2Mozilla 1.8.1.8Mozilla 1.8.1.6Mozilla 1.8.1.4Mozilla 1.8.1.3Mozilla 1.8.1.2preMozilla 1.8.1.2Mozilla 1.8.1.18Mozilla 1.8.1.16Mozilla 1.8.1.15Mozilla 1.8.1.13Mozilla 1.8.1.12Mozilla 1.8.1.11Mozilla 1.8.1.1Mozilla 1.8.0.9Mozilla 1.8.0.6Mozilla 1.8.0.5Mozilla 1.8.0.4Mozilla 1.8.0.14eolMozilla 1.8.0.1Mozilla 1.8Mozilla 1.7bMozilla 1.7.9Mozilla 1.7.8Mozilla 1.7.7Mozilla 1.7.6Mozilla 1.7.5Mozilla 1.7.3Mozilla 1.7.2Mozilla 1.7.13Mozilla 1.7.12Mozilla 1.7.11Mozilla 1.7.10Mozilla 1.7.1Mozilla 1.7.0.13Mozilla 1.7Mozilla 1.6aMozilla 1.6Mozilla 1.5bMozilla 1.5aMozilla 1.5.1Mozilla 1.5Mozilla 1.4bMozilla 1.4aMozilla 1.4.3Mozilla 1.4.2Mozilla 1.4.1Mozilla 1.4Mozilla 1.3bMozilla 1.3aMozilla 1.3.1Mozilla 1.3Mozilla 1.2bMozilla 1.2aMozilla 1.2.1Mozilla 1.2Mozilla 1.1bMozilla 1.1aMozilla 1.1Mozilla 1.0rc3Mozilla 1.0rc2Mozilla 1.0rc1Mozilla 1.0.2Mozilla 1.0.1Mozilla 1.0.0Mozilla 0.9.9Mozilla 0.9.8Mozilla 0.9.7Mozilla 0.9.6Mozilla 0.9.5Mozilla 0.9.4Mozilla 0.9.3Mozilla 0.9.2.1Mozilla 0.9.2Mozilla My Internet Browser.

Czech browser based on Firefox Click on any string to get more details Myibrow 4alpha2myibrow 4.0.0.0 Click on any string to get more details MyIE2 After Firefox3.5 (“Shiretoko”), the next version of Firefox is being developed under the project name Amorous “.

Amorous 3.6a2preNamoroka 3.6a1Namoroka 3.6.9preNamoroka 3.6.8Namoroka 3.6.6preNamoroka 3.6.5preNamoroka 3.6.3preNamoroka 3.6.3Namoroka 3.6.2preNamoroka 3.6.20preNamoroka 3.6.19preNamoroka 3.6.18preNamoroka 3.6.17preNamoroka 3.6.17Namoroka 3.6.15preNamoroka 3.6.14preNamoroka 3.6.13Namoroka 3.6.12preNamoroka 3.6.10preNamoroka 3.6.10Namoroka 3.6 Click on any string to get more details Netscape Pre-0.2Navscape Pre-0.1 Mosaic was the first popular World Wide Web browser and Gopher client. It was the first browser to actually implement images embedded in the text, rather than displayed in a separate window.

Mosaic was developed at the National Center for Super computing Applications (NASA) beginning in late 1992. NASA released the browser in 1993, and officially discontinued development and support on January 7, 1997.

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The landscape of mobile browsers is quite complex, with several major players (pre-installed in most cases) and a number of locally popular contenders. While all phones come with pre-installed browsers, both Google Play and Apple App Store offer a number of alternative browsers, some focusing on speed and lightness, others on saving bandwidth and blocking ads, and an ever-increasing amount claiming to increase privacy and reduce a users' mobile digital footprint.

The Chrome (or Chromium/Blink-based engines) user agent string is similar to Firefox’s. For compatibility, it adds strings like HTML, like Gecko and Safari.

The Opera browser is also based on the Blink engine, which is why it almost looks the same, but adds “Or/”. In this example, the user agent string is mobile Safari’s version.

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