All of Us Website ID's as Older Browser
Joescope last edited by leocg
This is fascinating, Microsoft Edge, based on Chromium, just like Opera, doesn't have this annoyance. I have been having a lot of fun griping, this is my latest exchange:
Please FIX! your browser preference. Chrome and Firefox are always trailing technology to block trackers. Even allowing ads and trackers on my Opera Version:87.0.4390.45 I get your "old browser" splash screen. Even using a VPN, no success.
Maybe You are using outdated Apache or some IE based server, but please update on your end, privacy can be plundered if you stick to Chrome.
Opera is built with Chromium as is Microsoft Edge. I can access past the log-in without the "old browser" advisory with Microsoft Edge but still get the old browser advisory with Opera.
"Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/101.0.4951.67 Safari/537.36 OPR/87.0.4390.45"
On Thursday, June 2, 2022, 09:05:40 PM PDT, All of Us Support Center firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Thank you for your interest in the All of Us Research Program.
Our recommended browsers are:
We suggest that you only download from the official website. This will help you avoid downloading something that you do not want on your computer. If you run into any issues or questions their official website has a support team that can help you.
In good health,
The All of Us Research Program Support Center Team
*Your privacy is important to us. To keep it secure, please do not include any personal information (such as your address, social security number, or health details) in your email or chat messages. Thank you.
Any ideas why? This has been going on for years, even got some response once to clear cookies and Opera would work fine.
Joescope last edited by
@leocg Thanks! I added User-Agent-Switcher. Fumbling and bumbling around, I got to the meaty part of the site using Opera. But I still wonder why sites, at least newer sites block Opera? I recall earlier versions of Opera could spoof by directly identifying as another browser or some other level of id. I guess I will never know.