Author Topic: how Could i change the Miranda useragent for facebook plugin ??  (Read 1083 times)

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Offline Kimoo

how Could i change the Miranda useragent  for facebook plugin ??
So i can for example make facebook that i logged in from firefox ,Chrome , etc etc
 

Offline dartraiden

We added the ability to change the user-agent into the developer version.

https://wiki.miranda-ng.org/index.php?title=Plugin:Facebook/en#Hidden_settings

But we don't know what the user agent should be. It should not be a browser user-agent, since we do not act as an HTTP browser. Miranda uses the MQTT protocol.

I tried to substitute the Chrome user agent there and Facebook just stopped logging in (both in Miranda and even in the browser (!)) until I reset the password. Seems like Facebook sees that access is made with the browser user-agent, but via MQTT instead of HTTPS and thinks "What the hell? I will block this strange dude"

So there is no way to show Miranda as a browser since Miranda and the browser use completely different protocols.

« Last Edit: 27 01 2023, 22:42:52 by dartraiden »
 

Offline Kimoo

We added the ability to change the user-agent into the developer version.

https://wiki.miranda-ng.org/index.php?title=Plugin:Facebook/en#Hidden_settings

But we don't know what the user agent should be. It should not be a browser user-agent, since we do not act as an HTTP browser. Miranda uses the MQTT protocol.

I tried to substitute the Chrome user agent there and Facebook just stopped logging in (both in Miranda and even in the browser (!)) until I reset the password. Seems like Facebook sees that access is made with the browser user-agent, but via MQTT instead of HTTPS and thinks "What the hell? I will block this strange dude"

So there is no way to show Miranda as a browser since Miranda and the browser use completely different protocols.

Could we add a useragent of the web messenger ?
or the user agent of the official FB messenger for windows ?
what you think ??
 

Offline dartraiden

Web messanger uses HTTPS so no.

Official FB messenger - maybe. If you can somehow find out his user agent.
 

Offline Kimoo

Web messanger uses HTTPS so no.

Official FB messenger - maybe. If you can somehow find out his user agent.
i think the site that contains useragents have some problem

but i got those for you to test them

https://user-agents.net/applications/facebook-app/architectures/64
https://user-agents.net/applications/facebook-app
https://developers.facebook.com/docs/sharing/webmasters/crawler
https://gist.github.com/etienne-martin/bea6b38c6999c720d91bd77010fae4f4

and look on this so well https://whatmyuseragent.com/apps

i didn't found the one for windows now only this i found
https://developers.whatismybrowser.com/useragents/parse/457733-facebook-app-windows-webkit