Hacker Language helps re-enforce the barrier between computer hackers and normals, and it also helps distinguish crackers from hackers. First of all, are things normals wont understand, such as TCP, IP, winsock, Linux, root access, vi, etc due to being simpletons and not bothering learning how to do more than open M$ word and type. Secondly, SOME computer hackers have decided to modify the english language and its structure. Ways in which this occurs can be seen when a hacker goes to replace ‘f’ with ‘ph’, and ‘s’ with ‘z’. Also hackers use numbers in place of letters such as '0' for 'O', ‘1’ for ‘i’ or ‘l’ (though replacing ‘i’ is not the proper usage), ‘3’ for ‘E,’ ‘4’ for ‘A’, '5' for 'S', ‘7’ for ‘t’, and even '9' for 'G'. Other popular effects include cAPiTaliZaTinG, abbrv.'in, jargon, emphasizing words by putting ‘k-‘ before them ("k-rad"), and finishing a statement with a series of characters for emphasis.
NO REAL HACKERS EVER USE THE WORD SCHOOL, NONETHELESS DO THEY ABBREVIATE IT SKEWL.
if you ever see sK00l or anything like dA or any of those ghetto abbreviations, thats not real hacker language. Hackers hate using stuff thats not theirs, especially when its crap made up by losers in high school. GG.
Since the person defining abbreviated hacker language confused himself with 13 year old AOL speak circa 2004. I think even those 13 year olds realize they were stupid and have stopped.
k-pH33r 73H R34p3R 45 1 941n r00T on 7Ub9IRl!! %/\/\/\%
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