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jwoegerbauer

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The User-Agent (UA) string is contained in the HTTP headers and is intended to identify devices requesting online content.
The UA tells the visited server what the visiting device is (among many other things) and this information can be used to determine what content to return.

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The User-Agent (UA) string is contained in the HTTP headers and is intended to identify devices requesting online content.
The UA tells the visited server what the visiting device is (among many other things) and this information can be used to determine what content to return.

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    The User-Agent (UA) string is contained in the HTTP headers and is intended to identify devices requesting online content.
    The UA tells the visited server what the visiting device is (among many other things) and this information can be used to determine what content to return.

    See also here: