Spoofing

1. A process whereby a router responds to keep alive messages from a host rather than passing them on the remote client, thus saving call charges. Used mainly in Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN).

2. Of a packet, falsely claiming to be from an address different from that from which it actually originated.

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