Downloading from the People. A disk without captcha and without Yandex. Bar

    As you know, to download a file from People.Disk , you must either enter captcha or install And if you don’t want to be an eyesore (or your favorite browser is opera)? Yes, it can be hidden, but why then is it needed at all if it is used only for downloading files from People.Disk?
    And you can do without it, while downloading files without captcha in any convenient browser that allows you to change the user agent.

    Method for Firefox We type
    in the address bar about:config, in the Filter field we write:
    And add to the value of the appeared parameter YB/3.5.1(for example, I have the result “Firefox / 3.0.1 YB / 3.5.1”). That's it, now Disk thinks that we have Yandex installed. Bar

    Method for Opera
    In the Opera folder we find the opera6.ini file, open and look for the ISP section (if it is not there, then create it). We find \ create in this section an ID parameter with a value YB/3.5.1. It should turn out something similar: We restart the opera and, if everything is done correctly, Yandex will gladly inform you that we have the latest version of the bar installed. Method for other browsers We find how to change the user agent of the desired browser and either append the line to the end , or into the inside of the user-agent, if only this would not happen: The identifier should not be surrounded by brackets (verified experimentally). In extreme cases, you can add any nonsense before and after it through the semicolon (";"). Examples of valid user agents:

    My-browser/20.0 (YB/3.5.1) someone info

    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.2; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008070208 Firefox/3.0.1 (ddd; YB/3.5.1; eee) eiireo werw 4242 FirePHP/
    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.2; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008070208 Firefox/3.0.1 FirePHP/ YB/3.5.1

    If the described actions are performed correctly, now you can download from Drive without entering a code and without installing (which, for example, is not possible in the opera yet)

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