The "Mozilla/5.0" part of a browser UA string refers to it being a 5th generation browser.
That includes all the incarnations of Mozilla (App-Suite, Firebird, Camino, K-Meleon) plus
others like Konqueror, Safari, and of course, all version of Netscape from 6.0 upwards.
(IE5.0+ is not a 5th generation browser, as it still has "Mozilla/4.0" on it's UA string.)
If they're going to mention any Netscape browser as part of their minimum system
requirements, it should ideally be a minimum of Netscape 7.0. IMHO though, there
should be no requirements of a pre-installed browser. This service should bundle
the latest version of Netscape with it, or there's absolutely no point in using
the Netscape name in the branding. It may as well be branded "AOL Lite".
If this situation remains the same for both the US and UK versions of this new
service, then I will have no other option, but to boycott it, tell others not to
bother with it, and use some other internet access service instead.
As marcoos said earlier . . . Stupid AOL!
UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.4.1) Gecko/20031008
SeaMonkey = Swiss Army Knife: It's versatile, reliable, and contains useful tools.
Windows Internet Explorer = Old Swiss Cheese: Full of holes, and it stinks!