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Easily override the browser's User-Agent string
Displays the HTTP header. Edit it and send it.
Control the HTTP Referer on a per-site basis.
Changes your User-Agent string to a sensible-looking string which is different for every request. Having a different UA on each request make it a lot easier to evade some tracking schemes.
Supports excluding certain domains, and mobile-like UAs.
Adds a browser toolbar icon that allows setting of global or domain-specific header overrides.
A simple way to check the security of the website you're visiting using the SSLLabs and SecurityHeaders sites.