Definition of Tamper. Meaning of Tamper. Synonyms of Tamper

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Definition of Tamper

Tamper
Tamper Tamp"er, n. 1. One who tamps; specifically, one who prepares for blasting, by filling the hole in which the charge is placed. 2. An instrument used in tamping; a tamping iron.

Meaning of Tamper from wikipedia

- Tamper may refer to: Tamp, a tool for material compaction A pipe tool component Ballast tamper, a machine that tamps railroad track ballast Neutron reflectors...
- Denuvo Anti-Tamper, or Denuvo, is an anti-tamper technology and digital rights management (DRM) scheme developed by the Austrian company Denuvo Software...
- tamper resistance, tamper detection, tamper response, and tamper evidence. In some applications, devices are only tamper-evident rather than tamper-resistant...
- Tamper-evident describes a device or process that makes unauthorized access to the protected object easily detected. Seals, markings or other techniques...
- Tampering may refer to: Tampering (crime), intentional modification of products in a way that would make them harmful to the consumer Tampering with evidence...
- cricket, ball tampering is an action in which a fielder illegally alters the condition of the ball. The primary motivation of ball tampering is to interfere...
- Tampering can refer to many forms of sabotage but the term is often used to mean intentional modification of products in a way that would make them harmful...
- Tampering with evidence, or evidence tampering, is an act in which a person alters, conceals, falsifies, or destroys evidence with the intent to interfere...
- Anti-tamper software (or tamper-resistant software) is software which makes it harder for an attacker to modify it. The measures involved can be p****ive...
- applications requiring tamper resistance, since the drive systems and ****drivers were not widely available; as drivers became more common, tamper-resistant variants...
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