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spoof

To play a trick on someone. See spoofing and how to spoof your techie friend.
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However, the IQM approach largely depends on the quality of the spoof video and hence does not yield good results on various data in CASIA-FASD.
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If a victim starts to question the call, the fraudsters point out the 'spoofed' number to make the request seem legitimate.
Yes, her initial impersonation of Selena Gomez was rather predictable and 'safe,' but she should be challenged to come up with a more 'out of the box' spoof, depending on the unexpected 'craziness' of the concept.
Ronnie explains, "HMRC spoofed messages have been circulating for a number of years....
If your IP address is spoofed, this may cause you to be associated with illegal activities like hacking websites, and may also provide a hacker with access to systems that read your computer as "trusted".
The spoof video was launched to coincide with the monthly national #BoycottWoolworths Day Action which takes place on the last Saturday of every month, BDS told news24.
The | spoof video of Stay Another Day and (inset) the real East 17
LAS VEGAS -- Attention Hollywood casting agents: Seth Rogen is looking for someone to play the part of baby North in the next Kim Kardashian-Kanye West spoof with pal James Franco.
A FORMER soap star will take to the stage in Tyneside as part of a spoof show on a popular book.
A LECTURER fondly known to his friends as "Mr Beer" has won a Brains competition to design a spoof ad celebrating the Six Nations.
Existing Spoof Detection mechanisms are host-based and Router-based whose performance depends upon the network behavior and attack strength [1].