Hey you guys, do you have a way to make eValid imitate a non-standard browser?
Thanks for posting your question JBellah.
Actually, you can make eValid pretend to be any browser at all that you like as long as you know the "User Agent String" that is recognized by your server.
Here is an explanation of how you set and use eValid with a User Agent String of your own choosing: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... ation.html
A useful resource for this illustration is this website: http://www.useragentstring.com
It will return detailed information about the current User Agent String reported to the server.
You can use this to check that your inserted User Agent String is what you want it to be.
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