Hi everyone. I made a tool to help make decisions about what user agent to use. It's critical that you change your user agent because it's silly to go through the process of using tor, setting up a VPN in case of a bad exit node, configuring your browser to avoid dns and wrt leaks ipleak.net, all to still have something that might flag you or offer something consistent that can be used to develop a profile. I like to think of anonymizing as going into a room and you want to take absolutely nothing with you when you go in. You are dragging your user agent into the room with you every time if you don't reset it and it's visible in every packet you send out.
I decided I want to find the best user agents to use but google did not offer me what I need. Then I decided that I could just gather user agents and help more people besides myself iron down one more detail of their anonymity at the same time. It certainly isn't fancy but it should help people find the user-agent that blends in with the crowd the most. I used this as an excuse to try out using a redhat hosting service as an anon hosting. Turns out it's not the best hosting but it was worth the learning experience.