|Subject:||Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] IceCatMobile is recognized as desktop browser|
|Date:||Thu, 21 Apr 2016 16:36:10 +0300|
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I see a "Request Desktop Site" option at main menu, but it doesn't seem
to have effect.
User Agent may need to only add or remove "Mobile" word when user uses
"Request Desktop Site" option. And this option could be enabled by default.
El 20/04/16 a les 14:44, Mart Rootamm ha escrit:
> I understand what you mean. I got word from the same list about IceCat
> not including its own UA string and using the most common UA string as
> default, that —
>> That's intentional, and you're subverting a measure designed to protect
>> your privacy by "fixing" this. Using the same user agent string as
>> Firefox reduces your fingerprint.
> [—as written by a seasoned specialist in these things.]
> Better to only keep the Firefox string, as IceCat is based on Firefox,
> and Ff market share is very small. To avoid site breakage, most would
> choose Firefox, while IceCat is for the privacy-conscious.
> 2016-04-20 5:51 GMT+03:00 Pirate Praveen <address@hidden
> Its not just about me. Don't you think its important to include by
> default? Do you want every user to follow these steps so
> IceCatMobile is recognized as a mobile browser?
> On 2016, ഏപ്രിൽ 20 4:25:22 AM IST, Mart Rootamm
> <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:
> In about:config, go to
> • There, tap on the setting, then long-tap to copy the parameter
> name and value, and back these up in a text editor to some text
> file (for future reference).
> • I use a UA string similar to this:
> Mozilla/5.0 (Android 4.4; Mobile; rv:38.0) Gecko/38.0
> Firefox/38.0 IceCat/38.7.1
> This is essentially the default Firefox UA string for version
> 38.0, with IceCat/38.7.1 appended to it.
> In Android versions below 4.4, Firefox for mobile uses 'Android
> 4.4' as the general OS identifier; from Android 4.4 and up,
> Firefox uses the actual Android version number. More here:
> 29.03.2016 16:30 kirjutas kuupäeval "Pirate Praveen"
> <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>>:
> I know IceCat blocks browser based fingerprinting but I
> think IceCatMobile should identify itself as a mobile
> browser even if other identifying information are
> suppressed. gitlab.com <http://gitlab.com> was showing its
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