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spoof

To play a trick on someone. See spoofing and how to spoof your techie friend.
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Algorithm 3: Handshake Enfranchisement Input: Buffered packets of traffic analyzer/Packets from Entropy profiler Output: Botnet, Spoofer threat detected BEGIN Extract packet header for source IP address, [SRC.
In spoofing, a spoofer creates a false GPS signal that passes as a real GPS signal, sending an incorrect time and location to a certain receiver.
Sophie said: "Included in this year's line-up was axe-wielding, whip-cracking Australian JP, comedy magician Kenneth Lightfoot from the USA, circus spoofer Svetlana from Russia and well as UK acrobat AJ.
And world famous spoofer Christopher Guest, himself an English lord, toffs it up wonderfully as the Lord Chancellor consistently patronised and scandalised by Mrs Henderson.
One recent spoof incident involved e-mail that appeared to come from a system administrator and requested users to change their password--which was then transmitted to the spoofer.
The spoofer makes the user think that he or she is talking to the system and, in that way, steals the password or other security information.
The easiest way for a web spoofer to mimic a real domain name is to use one that is deceptively similar to the real domain name.
whether the WIFI Spoofer was one person or a group, a malicious insider
Epstein & Bill Tancer, Enforcement of Use Limitations By Internet Services Providers: "How to Stop That Hacker, Cracker, Spammer, Spoofer, Flamer, Bomber," 19 HASTINGS COMM.
118) From there, a spoofer can "issue commands to send e-mail that appears to be from the address of the transgressor's choice -- either an actual user's address or a fictitious address formatted correctly.
And the spoofer may never know whether the target satellite was actually affected.
The paranoid among us worry about whether they are connected to the real remote device or to a spoofer that feeds them false information.