So this may be a odd request, but I need a way to hide that I am on a Linux machine from a specific website, namely vudu.com They do not support Linux machines but I have strong evidence to believe if I mask my Linux OS and make them believe I am on a windows or mac it will work fine. I think I may be able to do something within the Firefox "about:config" area but I could also be way off, hopefully someone has more incite.
The Reason: I recently did a full switch from windows to all Linux machines (I have over 7 now)... anyway I paid for movies on vudu when I had a windows machine for my media and game machine but after making the full switch I don't even want to return to windows at all (Linux Rocks!!) but I would like my digital videos to work. After all I did buy them and they are mine but vudu won't work with me ugh, so after a lot of back and forth with them and web searching it turns out it is a lack of support from vudu and I believe they literally have a script against Linux exclusively. I have no clue why they would do such a thing maybe to prevent downloads? IDK anyway no matter what browser I use I get the same results and after lots of messing around it is down to tricking them into thinking I'm on a windows OS.
It may not fix it but is so worth a try, so if you know how to do it please enlighten me.