IP spoofing, also known as IP address forgery or a host file hijack, is a hijacking technique in which a cracker masquerades as a trusted host to conceal his identity, spoof a Web site, hijack browsers, or gain access to a network.

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Acceptable secure solution to replace static IP addresses for a web application

I am currently working as a technical lead on a project at a financial institution and have a question about how to provide the same level of security expected by the business in an application we are ...
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NFS IP spoofing

I am using VirtualBox: where the guest is an Arch ISO and the host Windows/Cygwin or a generic Linux. For sharing host folders, VB native shared folders is not an option (since the setup requires ...
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“[!] Something went wrong.. Try again” sendmail with setoolkit in kali behind tor

I've been working in a little project, and the goal right now is spoof an e-mail address. That simple, but doing it in an elegant way. I've done the following, using Kali on a VM (in VirtualBox) I ...
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How to keep an internal node from spoofing an internal server's IP and thereby getting the server blocked by active defenses?

In an internal network, all machines are firewalled from each other. The firewall has port scan detection and blocking mechanism (say, psd module of iptables). Question: What are the ways I can block ...