So, i'm trying to extract a report using BlueCoat reporter, which contains IP's, user agents and requests from the clients to the outer network.
I need to identify the platform (since BC doesn't let me do that) of which user agents belong to windows and which don't (iOS or Android).
I'm familiar with most of nomenclatures but some leave me confused.
I was about to assume "darwin" on a user agent is Mac or iOS, due kernel being called "darwin" and safari shares this UA, but then I started findind UA like these: microsoft powerpoint cfnetwork darwin.
So.. question, is this power point for MacOSX or power point also uses this user agent doing a network request?
I might find some more and need help with (after researching), but I ca't find anything about this.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Best Answer +BudMan , 05 August 2014 - 13:50
I show this
FNetwork/672.0.2 iOS 7.0 Darwin/14.0.0 18. Sep. 2013
CFNetwork/672.0.2 iOS 7.0.1 Darwin/14.0.0 19. Sep. 2013
CFNetwork/672.0.2 iOS 7.0.2 Darwin/14.0.0 26. Sep. 2013
CFNetwork/672.0.8 iOS 7.0.3 Darwin/14.0.0 22. Oct. 2013
CFNetwork/672.0.8 iOS 7.0.4 Darwin/14.0.0 14. Nov. 2013
CFNetwork/672.0.8 iOS 7.0.5 Darwin/14.0.0 29. Jan. 2014
CFNetwork/672.0.8 iOS 7.0.6 Darwin/14.0.0 21. Feb. 2014
CFNetwork/672.1.12 iOS 7.1-b5 Darwin/14.0.0
CFNetwork/672.1.13 iOS 7.1 Darwin/14.0.0 10. Mar. 2014
CFNetwork/672.1.14 iOS 7.1.1 Darwin/14.0.0 22. Apr. 2014
CFNetwork/672.1.15 iOS 7.1.2 Darwin/14.0.0 30. Jun. 2014
clearly anything with darwin in it wouldn't be a windows machine - if that is your goal
Looks to be only iOS and not os X to me.
I wouldn't expect you point all your machines there - was just suggestion to try and validate your suspicions of specific device/software could point there for verification
You could paste your useragent here and have it spit out details about it for you.
http://www.useragentstring.com/ Go to the full post