IP spoofing: EDIS Global's strict stance
IP Spoofing is strictly prohibited (and technically not possible) in our network. EDIS Global has multiple measures in place to prevent IP address spoofing.
IP spoofing refers to the practice of altering the source IP address in an IP packet header to make it appear as though the packet is coming from a different source than its true origin. This deceptive tactic can serve various malicious purposes.
IP spoofing can undermine the trust and integrity of network communications, posing significant security risks. It can be used as part of more extensive attacks, deceive users, and evade security systems.