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    Forging HTTP headers

    There is a website that I need to use for my job that "requires"
    that I connect to it using a Windows machine. There is actually
    nothing special. It's just that their backend is checking the HTTP
    headers and I'm pretty sure that using Linux would otherwise
    be okay.

    Could somebody clue me in on how I can forge my HTTP headers
    to make the site think that I am connecting using a Windows box?

    Thank you.

    Ilan

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