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What is IP User-Agent?

What is IP User-Agent?

“User-agent” refers to the application that remotely accesses a different computer, usually a server, through the network. Your computer (the client) is connecting to the desired Web page (the server) through one of the TCP/IP protocols.

What is User-Agent used for?

A user agent is any software that retrieves and presents Web content for end users or is implemented using Web technologies. User agents include Web browsers, media players, and plug-ins that help in retrieving, rendering and interacting with Web content.

What is User-Agent in HTTP request?

The HTTP headers User-Agent is a request header that allows a characteristic string that allows network protocol peers to identify the Operating System and Browser of the web-server. Your browser sends the user agent to every website you connect to. The data of the header field varies from browser to browser.

What is the User-Agent of Chrome?

Looking for the latest Chrome user agents?

User agent Version Hardware Type
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/72.0.3626.121 Safari/537.36 72 Computer
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/74.0.3729.169 Safari/537.36 74 Computer

What is IP UA?

The IP / UA Filtering allows you to add filtering rules based on IP / IP range and user agent values. This functionality excludes the traffic defined within the filtering rules from accessing your campaigns to give you better insight into the real live campaign events.

Is Gmail a user agent?

Your browser is a User Agent(UA) and Gmail or Outlook is a Mail User Agent(MUA).

Can user-agent be spoofed?

A user-agent is an HTTP request header string identifying browsers, applications, or operating systems that connect to the server. The process is called user-agent spoofing. Yes, when a browser or any client sends a different user-agent HTTP header from what they are and fake it that is called spoofing.

What happens if you change user-agent?

A user-agent switcher does exactly what it sounds like – it changes the user agent of your browser. A browser user-agent switcher allows you to modify this string sent through HTTP headers so that the web server believes you’re browsing from a different browser than you actually are.

Is user-agent mandatory?

Yes, developers rarely make the User-Agent a mandatory field in the HTTP request while developing an API (unless they have a specific use case).

What is OPC server?

The OPC server is a program that translates the hardware communication protocol used by a PLC into the OPC protocol. The OPC client software is a program that connects to the hardware, such as an HMI. The OPC client communicates with the OPC server to receive data or send commands to the hardware.

What’s my browser’s user agent, my UA?

My UA finds your desktop, tablet, pad and mobile user agents Your user agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; + User agents are used throughout client-server computing and application user agents that request web-based content are commonly browsers and search engine bots.

Is it possible to fake the user agent?

It is possible to change or “fake” what your web browser sends as its user agent. Some mobile web browsers will let you change what the browser identifies itself as (ie “Mobile Mode” or “Desktop Mode”) in order to access certain websites that only allow desktop computers. If you change this setting, the user agent is what is affected.

Where do I find the user agent information?

The user agent information is contained in the header portion of the request. The receiving server may choose to ignore the information in the user agent, or modify its response based on the information.

What does each bit of my user agent mean?

Each bit of your user agent indicates something particular about your system. There’s no “standard” way of writing a user agent string, so different web browsers use different formats (some are wildly different), and many web browsers cram loads of information into their user agents.