online banking with Bank of America: not quite accessible enough
scott at drscott.dyndns.biz
Sat Jan 31 11:52:22 EST 2004
I would try a string either similar to ie or even Mozilla might actually
do the trick. Not sure but just guessing here.
On Sat, 31 Jan 2004, Janina
> The old classic solution to this bit of browserism is simply to lie. In
> lynx, and possibly in links, there is a "masquerading as" setting, where
> you can define the identification string that will be supplied to t with
> your http connection. So, you can pretend to be any browser they want!
> Now, what actual strings we need to put in there is something I no
> longer know off the top of my head. Perhaps we can set up some tests
> among us over the next few days and collect some good lies??
> Cheryl Homiak writes:
> > From: Cheryl Homiak <chomiak at charter.net>
> > This has come up for discussion several times, and I'm sorry if I'm being
> > hopelessly dense, but I've never figured out to what I should change the
> > user agent string. Can somebody attempt (once again--sorry) to clarify
> > this for me?
> > Thanks.
> > --
> > Cheryl
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