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 9  Chapter 1:  General Security Concepts (Domain 1.0; 30%)
      9  1.4  Attacks

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1.4.3  Spoofing

The word “spoof” or “spoofing” is defined as “a hoax” or “to deceive”. When applied to networking, spoofing is the practice of making data appear to originate from a source different than its true origin. We’ve already talked a bit about how this technique, combined with DDoS, can cause major headaches.

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