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The true meaning of 1337!

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|331|\|9 4|313 70 \/\/|2173 1i|<3 7h15 1Z 1337, |3u7 |331|\|9 4|313 70 |234|) 7h15 5h17 1Z 3\/3|\| |\/|0\23 73h 1337!!!

OMG haX!

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Because we all know that the term "1337" was invented by the cDc. :D

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:cry: I suppose it's as good as everyone cummin in their pants when nmap was on Matrix... for 1337 read wanler

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Nmap AND Trinity's sexy phone... What more could a guy ask for?

:paw: Soho

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Sorry, but for the sake of those of us who are running Windows 98 and Dial-Up internet... what is the true meaning of 1337?

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Because we all know that the term "1337" was invented by the cDc. :D

The Centers for Disease Control???

:blink:

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Because we all know that the term "1337" was invented by the cDc. :D

The Centers for Disease Control???

:blink:

"Dade, I have chlamydia! I'm E-LITE!"

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Because we all know that the term "1337" was invented by the cDc. :D

The Centers for Disease Control???

:blink:

cDc = Cult of the Dead Cow

let the googling begin.

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One gotta know its classics. If you still didn't know it comes from CDC and their backdoor called backorifice... well, you know it now.

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I know what cDc stands for.

That Centers for Disease Control remark was one of those things known as a joke.

And no, 1337 was not invented by the cDc. It was in common usage long before Back Orifice was developed. They made port 1337 the default listening port for B.O. as sort of a joke aimed at hackers and script kiddies.

The terms "elite," "leet," 3R337" and "1337" have been around a looong time. I remember seeing people using "1337" on IRC and UseNet at least as far back as 1995.

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1337 and 31337 were being used long before BO came around. using 1337 as the port for BO Access was not only funny, but easy to remember. I must say however that seeing it on TV like that is sort of cool and they really didn't fuxor it up too bad.

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I wonder how can it be that Earth hasn't yet exploded because of the stupidity of mankind.

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The internet is the only place you're still free

If you disagree, just wait and see

You wanna lock down the web and throw away the key?

Well, you better not touch my fuckin' technology

So back the fuck off or you're fuckin' dead,

Yellin 1337 on a motherfuckin fed!

--"Fuck the MPAA" by the Futuristic Sex Robotz

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HAHA awesome! although im sure that "1337" was in existance long before the cDc use it as the UDP port for BO. but *sigh* i remember the BO2k days. thats shit owned! but not too practical, only useful when you install it on your friends comptuer and just own him while use AIMing and conversing with him at the same time. then of course later on after a fwe good hours of pwnage you tell him what it is and how to rid himself of it hehe. i would never do anything like that now but at the time i was about 14 or 15 and it was hilarious then :devil: :devil:

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I am at a loss of words...

The True Meaning of 1337!

-shouts to cDc for finding this.

just to clear things up, when i said "-shouts to cDc for finding this." all I meant, was that I found this clip on cDc's YouTube Profile; nothing else.

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