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PostPosted: Tue 04 Sep 2018, 20:57    Post subject:  Firefox usage
Subject description: One can noodle around
 

I found this webpage that lists the number of reported user-agent strings for the different Firefox versions.

Note that at Firefox v. 27 TLS1.2 is supported- the only type without problems (yet) allowing forward secrecy.

At top of webpage, one can alter the settings to retrieve any general browser name. Also a box at right will do same, with pop-up page results.

Rather interesting stuff all things considered.

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