We've noticed that you're now using the web browser on your system, and its version is . We have also noticed that you are using the operating system on your computer.
Your Internet Service Provider assigns a public IP 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52 to your network to connect to the Internet.
The web browser's viewport is the area of the window in which web content can be seen.
Web Browser's Viewport is the visible portion of a web page that is displayed on a user's device. It represents the area of the browser window in which the web content is rendered and can change in size depending on the screen resolution and device being used. The viewport determines how much content is visible to the user and can be adjusted using responsive design techniques to ensure optimal viewing and usability across different devices.
Your web browser sends the above information in the User-Agent header of your HTTP requests.
A web browser's User Agent is a string of information that is sent along with each HTTP request from the browser to a web server. It identifies the browser and its version, as well as other details such as the operating system and device type being used to access the web page. The User Agent helps the server determine how to respond to the request, such as by serving different versions of a webpage optimized for different devices or browsers. It can also be utilized by websites for analytics purposes and to provide customized experiences based on the user's browser and device capabilities.
Yes, it is possible to change or "spoof" what your web browser sends as its User Agent header. Some mobile web browsers allow you to change how the browser identifies itself (e.g. "mobile mode" or "desktop mode") in order to access certain websites that only allow desktop computers. If you change this setting, the user agent will be affected.
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