Definitions

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  • adj. that can be spoofed

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Examples

  • According to Richard Langley, a GPS expert at the University of New Brunswick in Canada, it's theoretically possible to take control of a drone by jamming the PY code and forcing a GPS receiver to use the unencrypted, more easily spoofable C/A code to to get its directions from navigational satellites.

    Wired Top Stories

  • The Conservatives have launched a new poster campaign (another one which is eminently spoofable).

    The Blue Idea

  • The tipster's guess was (and I concur) that the Obama campaign is recording the spoofable IP address … not the real IP address as delivered by the web server.

    Israpundit

  • Without someone vouching for your certificate, there is no proof it's yours, and it's spoofable.

    doggdot.us

  • It seems to go back to authentication of apps: Windows doesn't have a reliable means of determining that an application is what it says it is, so any attempt to limit the location to a specific application would be easily spoofable, according to Microsoft program manager Alec Berntson.

    Planet Geospatial

  • The reason, Microsoft officials say, is that Windows doesn't have a reliable means of determining that an application is what it says it is, so any attempt to limit the location to a specific application would be easily spoofable, Berntson said during the WinHEC discussion.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Like the concept of a referrer, but not as easily spoofable / hackable.

    Ask MetaFilter

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