Definition of "tamperproof" [tamperproof]

  • Designed to prevent tampering or provide evidence of tampering: tamperproof aspirin containers. (adjective)

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Use "tamperproof" in a sentence
  • "A section of Sequoia's Website was hacked overnight, and when the company realized what had happened, it took the site down and removed the 'intrusive content. 'n the wake of this latest PR nightmare for the company, as John Gideon pointed out last night, they've decided to mount a Campaign of Lies instead of simply allowing their' tamperproof 'e-voting systems to be examined by a third party."
  • "VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Sequoia Voting Systems Website Hacked'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'A section of Sequoia\'s Website was hacked overnight, and when the company realized what had happened, it took the site down and removed the "intrusive content." n the wake of this latest PR nightmare for the company, as John Gideon pointed out last night, they\'ve decided to mount a Campaign of Lies instead of simply allowing their "tamperproof" e-voting systems to be examined by a third party."
  • "But officials insist that the simple technology used in the machines make them tamperproof."