Definitions for "Spoof"
Keywords:  misleads, forge, hoax, scams, phishing
equivalent to forge, but more commonly used to describe the forging of IP addresses, which is generally harder to do than forging headers.
To forge something, such as an IP address. IP Spoofing is a common way for hackers to hide their location and identity.
a hoax or joke
Keywords:  pretend, nono, aerrin, boogie, icq
An @emit by a player pretending to be another character or object.
Emitting an action and attributing it to someone else - Spoofing is a /big/ nono. So don't go around emitting Aerrin does a boogie. I might not like it.*See emit
To make a computer pretend to be someone else's computer by identifying itself using the same IP address as the victim's machine. In this way, it can be possible to pretend to be that person in many Internet protocols (posting to Usenet, sending ICQ messages, and so on).
Keywords:  comedy, revered, drama, mimic, fun
a comedy that is specifically designed to both mimic and make fun of a story from another genre
a real specific kind of movie, and comedy is not necessarily as revered or rewarded as a drama, and people don't think that that shows real acting chops
usually a comedic film that pays tribute to an earlier film in a humorous way. Examples: Airplane! (1980) and Airport (1970); Blazing Saddles (1974) and westerns; Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1974) and King Arthur legendary tales; Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979) (see above) and Christ stories; Scream (1996) - a spoof of horror slasher films; and Top Secret! (1984); Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) was spoofed as 'Raiders of a Lost Art' in MAD Magazine (Jan '82)
a composition that imitates somebody's style in a humorous way
a humorous take on an established idea, cultural movement, movie, play, or book
It's very easy to put bogus "From", "To" and "Reply To" addresses in email messages. It's a common part of social engineering (above). It's also easy to set up a counterfeit Web site, or create links in email messages or on Web sites that don't take you where it looks like they will. All this is spoofing.
a message to all in a room that that does not begin with a player name
an email sent to you that looks like a legitimate email from a company that you might normally deal with
Keywords:  spyware, sql
spyware SQL
Keywords:  masquerading, nic, dsl, reality, appear
To force a device to use the MAC address of another device. Cable/DSL routers often allow users to spoof the MAC address of their computer's NIC, making it appear as if their DSL or cable modem is still directly connected to a computer.
To gain access to a system by masquerading as an authorized user.
To make an action appear to come from a user other than the user that performed it. An example would be appearing on a wireless network as a recognized user but in reality the user is someone else.
Keywords:  parody, teachers, students
make a parody of; "The students spoofed the teachers"