Re: What do MDDR stands for in a user agent string?
On Fri, 27 Nov 2009 00:57:01 -0800, Joakim Backman wrote:
> The user agent strings belongs to website visitors, so I do not know anything
> about the usage of the computers.
> I have noticed that there are three variants MDDR, MDDC, MDDS that appears
> in my logs and for all of those occurences .NET CLR 2.0 and higher exists in
> user agent string as well.
> In total there is 17 different combinations of user agent strings that
> contains MDDR, MDDC or MDDS.
I think PA Bear is trying to give a hint. I didn't even think about it:
"Mobile Device ..." could be "MDxx". MSIE as designed to fit onto some kind
of mobile device. So, if it means anything to you, take the hint as
indicating that those UA strings are indication of visitors using cell
phones, PDAs, and the like.
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