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masquerading

(networking)
"NAT" (Linux kernel name).

masquerading

(messaging)
Hiding the names of internal e-mail client and gateway machines from the outside world by rewriting the "From" address and other headers as the message leaves the organisation.

This is good practise because external users do not need to know about internal changes in message routing. The external mail gateway needs to know how to route incoming replies back to the original sender.
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This sophisticated Insider Threat is an infiltration of networks by rogue employees or malicious hackers masquerading as a legitimate network user.
Critique: An inherently fascinating and compelling read, "Binoculars: Masquerading as a Sighted Person" offers a unique perspective from a man who had a tremendous personal battle with accepting a disability and ultimately succeeding to forge a life worth living.
A man, who identified himself as a local Taliban spokesman, accused the trio of masquerading as the Taliban, saying, "They were defaming our organisation,"
Randolph Dodson was also there, masquerading as a member of the Hell's Belles car club.
Their study involves the reasons for excuses, small and large, and the philosophical and psychological forces behind each, including creating a positive image, masquerading for past or the future, and gaining control.
Or a gay Jewish seminarian and a lesbian naval officer, each masquerading as straight?
The technology enables device-independent seamless roaming, building upon the masquerading techniques commonly used in Internet firewalls.
7 masquerading as Japan Airlines ground staff, Narita airport police said.
HOME Secretary Jack Straw today defended his controversial remarks about criminals masquerading as gipsies and denied he was guilty of racism.
19) Indeed, Luigi Pulci, in a letter of 22 March 1466, sent with the canzone Da poi che Zauro to Lorenzo in Rome, refers to his seventeen-year-old patron's pleasure in masquerading in words put into the mouth of his lover Lucrezia Donati:(20)