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Synonyms for spoof

Synonyms for spoof

a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way

make a parody of

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We are continuing the fight against illegal robocalls and spoofing on many fronts, said Attorney General Chris Carr.
Southwest Research Institute (swri.org) developed a spoofing test system that intercepted an actual GPS signal from a vehicle-mounted antenna, processed it and then inserted a spoofed signal.
Tesla responded to the company's tests by writing, "Any product or service that uses the public GPS broadcast system can be affected by GPS spoofing, which is why this kind of attack is considered a federal crime.
The 'spoofing' scam worked as taxpayers getting calls would check the numbers online and find they appeared to belong to HMRC, leading them to believe fake calls were real and enabling fraud.
Now, Russian GPS spoofing and jamming efforts have expanded far beyond merely protecting Putin.
- Snowshoe spamming is the new neighbor spoofing. Neighbor spoofing now accounts for 24% of all negative calls - up 5 percentage points from the prior year.
A spoofing attack occurs when a person with no authority tries to masquerade an authorized person by falsifying the data captured by acquisition sensors [5].
The Embassy of India in Bahrain would like to advise members of the Indian community to remain vigilant about fraudsters duping Indian nationals residing abroad by impersonating as officials of Indian Missions and Posts, by spoofing the numbers of the diplomatic facilities.
" VoIP and call spoofing was done through a paid mobile app.
The new report cards, part of an ongoing monthly report on cross-market equities supervision, identify potential spoofing or layering by the firm or entities to which the firm is providing market access.
The company said it filed a police report complaining on email spoofing its CEO suffered.
IP address forgery, also known as IP address spoofing, or a host file hijack, is a hijacking technique in which a cracker masquerades as a trusted host to conceal his identity, spoof a website, hijack browsers, or gain access to a network.
A WATCHDOG has called for tougher action against so-called nuisance call number spoofing, warning that their increasing use was undermining the UK's caller ID system.
New York, NY, July 23, 2014 --(PR.com)-- SpoofTel originated in 2004 and is now the oldest and longest-running caller ID spoofing provider.