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Tampering may refer to:

  • Tampering (crime), intentional modification of products in a way that would make them harmful to the consumer
  • Tampering (quality control), changing an industrial process in an attempt to improve output but having the opposite effect
  • Tampering (sport), the practice, often illegal, of professional sports teams negotiating with athletes of other teams
  • Tampering, in computer security, refers to data alteration
  • Tampering, or sabotage, is modifying a device to induce failure
  • Tamper resistant making it difficult to tamper with an object or system
    • Tamper-evident, making unauthorised access to a protected object easily detectable
    • Tamperproofing, the belief that something cannot be tampered with

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