Upgrade SRWare Iron to latest released version.
You can fake a newer
User-Agent string trough the
--user-agent switch, but that doesn't guarantee that all the apps will actually work: you're still using an old version.
While SRWare Iron is Chromium-based and support those switches, they are not readily applicable. The reason is that what gets launched is a program called
iron.exe, which acts as a wrapper. To bypass this limitation you need to call the
chrome.exe application directly:
"X:\Path\to\SRWare Iron\chrome.exe" --user-agent="Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Iron/35.0.1900.0 Chrome/35.0.1900.0 Safari/537.36"
Note SRWare Iron is supposed to provide an
User-Agent tweaking feature through an
UA.ini file placed in the program folder. It didn't work properly when I tested it, though.