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spoof

spoof

To play a trick on someone. See spoofing and how to spoof your techie friend.
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The FCC has proposed new rules that would allow mobile service providers to "block spoofed robocalls when the spoofed Caller ID can't possibly be valid.
When the senior police officers suspected foul play, they contacted the DGP's office and found that his number was spoofed.
To report a spoofed Facebook page, you need to first have a Facebook account: then go to the spoofed profile, click the button next to "Message" and select "Report/Block.
But the intent of attackers is to launch uncontrollable spoofed packets and to shutdown the service of DC.
E-mail authentication does not replace anti-spam filters, since not all bulk commercial spammers send spoofed e-mail.
But he does say that in an effort to avoid cannibalizing their last film and keep the material fresh, the filmmakers are holding fast to the following rule: "You don't spoof what you've already spoofed.
All the daily dilemmas of TV production--those annoying actors who think they can direct; babysitting washed-up divas; outwitting rivals for the option on hot literary properties; schmoozing the press in the hopes of stopping a bad review; selling a family show to a German broadcaster who is really looking for edgy entertainment--are pushed just a bit too far and spoofed to the hilt.
capitalizes on the recognition factor of the spoofed corporate logo, attracting even larger numbers of viewers, many from the straight sector.
RSR takes the mental and physical burden off the soldiers by providing them with worry-free confidence that they can execute all of their operations without being spoofed or jammed, said Mike Jones, vice president and general manager of Communication and Navigation Products for Rockwell Collins.
In the song, mir spoofed Bollywood's disco- era dancing particularly Mithun Chakraborty's signature steps.
One of the limitations of SMS is that it allows messages to be sent with spoofed addresses to any phone, so we urge customers to be extremely careful if they're directed to an unknown website or address over SMS.