l33t language learning

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    • #7871
      cyber.spirit
      Participant

      learning leet is not a technical part of hacking but sometimes its required to communicate with other hackers in this language. So i provided these links to help you learn leet

    • #49616
      tturner
      Participant

      @Cyber.spirit wrote:

      learning leet is not a technical part of hacking but sometimes its required to communicate with other hackers in this language.

      Real hackers don’t speak leet.

    • #49617
      dynamik
      Participant

      @tturner wrote:

      Real hackers don’t speak leet.

      Wait, so I’ve been running nmap -oS all this time for nothing…? 😮

    • #49618
      tturner
      Participant

      @ajohnson wrote:

      @tturner wrote:

      Real hackers don’t speak leet.

      Wait, so I’ve been running nmap -oS all this time for nothing…? 😮

      I don’t know, did someone pay you $50k for the privilege? 😉

    • #49619
      sternone
      Participant

      I don’t need a freaking leet language to communicate with hackers.

      You need to snap out of it man, seriously.

    • #49620
      jason
      Participant

      There are a ton of translators like this one:

      http://www.jayssite.com/stuff/l33t/l33t_translator.html

      7H3N u 700 k4n 74lK LiK3 4 ub3r k3WL 5CrIP7KidDi3!

    • #49621
      sternone
      Participant

      R j00 PHR34KIN’ KiDDin’ m3H, n0 pHuCKIn’ W4y 73H 8Ig 80Y5 74LK LIK3 7hi5. Phuck 7h47 5hI7!! 533 J00 In h3ll 5CrIp7 KIdDi3!!!!!!

    • #49622
      jason
      Participant

      u 8E77Er WA7CH 0u7! u’ll Ge7 ALl 7H02E 5cr1p7 K1dd1E2 HUmP1N’ UR LEg L1Ke a W1Ld PaCk 0F Ch1HUAhUA2!

    • #49623
      jjwinter
      Participant

      @jason wrote:

      There are a ton of translators like this one:

      http://www.jayssite.com/stuff/l33t/l33t_translator.html

      7H3N u 700 k4n 74lK LiK3 4 ub3r k3WL 5CrIP7KidDi3!

      1 4m 7h3 v3r¥ m0Ð3£ 0ƒ 4 m0Ð3rn M4j0r-93n3r4£,
      1’v3 1nƒ0rm4710n v39374b£3, 4n1m4£, 4nÐ m1n3r4£,
      1 |{n0w 7h3 |{1n9$ 0ƒ 3n9£4nÐ, 4nÐ 1 qµ073 7h3 ƒ19h7$ h1$70r1(4£
      ƒr0m M4r47h0n 70 W473r£00, 1n 0rÐ3r (47390r1(4£

      Fun site. I’ll pass on learning l33t though. I’ll spend my time on Python for now.

    • #49624
      jason
      Participant

      1’Ll 533 uR P1R4732 0F P3N24nc3 4Nd r4123 u 4n H.m.2. p1n4F0r3:

      4 8R1715h 74R 12 4 504R1n’ 50ul,
      42 Phr33 42 4 m0uN741N 81RD,
      H12 3n3r9371C ph157 5h0ULd 83 R34Dy 70 r35157
      4 D1c7470R14l W0rd.

      H12 N023 5h0uld P4N7
      4nd h12 L1p 5H0Uld KuRl,
      H12 Ch33X 5h0ulD pHL4m3
      4Nd h12 8R0w 5h0uLd phuRl,
      H12 8050M 5h0uLD H34V3
      4nD H12 H34R7 5h0uld 9L0W,
      4nD h12 ph157 83 3V3R R34dY
      PH0r 4 Kn0ck-d0wn 8L0W.

    • #49625
      sternone
      Participant

      L0l 1 4lm057 5h1773D mY p4n75 4c7u4Lly 7R4N5L471n’ 4ll 7H053 7h1n95!!

      J00 9uy5 R FR491n’ M3H

    • #49626
      sternone
      Participant

      1 ju57 7r13d 70 H4x0r 73h n3x7 53RV3r U51n’ 7H12 4850lu73lY 4w350M3 L337 l4n9u493 7h@ 1 Ju57 p1Ck3D uP H3R3 !!

      wH0 n33d2 pY7h0N, 4223M8l3R 0r P3rL 4nYw4y ? 73h 8# JU57 4cc3p72 7H12 l337 L4n9U493 l1k3 7h3R3’2 N0 70m0rr0w !!

      1 jU57 D1D MY Ph1r57 5Ucc355FUL JMP 34X 1N 7h4 L337 d38u994h n1920r!!

    • #49627
      rattis
      Participant

      and the sad thing is, I suspect most of us can read the line noise that this thread is (not that I’m knocking the having fun with it thing), without having to use the translator site.

      0011100001010101001101110010000000110111001100110100100000100000001101110 111001001010101001101110110100000100000001100010111101000101100001000000101 001000110011001101000100110000100000011010000011010001111000001100000101001 001111010001000000011011100110100010011000110101100100000010011000011000101 00101100110011001000000011011101101000001100010111101000101110

      The new goodwin’s law. 🙂

    • #49628
      tturner
      Participant

      Double or triple encoding messages is fun. I used to make my passwords Sha1 or MD5 hashes of my passphrase so if they got cracked it still looked like a hash. I did a CTF recently that I had to decode a string 5 times using the Burp decoder before I got to the plain text. Fun stuff!

      Btw, I think you mean Godwin’s law.  😉

    • #49629
      rattis
      Participant

      @tturner wrote:

      Btw, I think you mean Godwin’s law.  😉

      I did, but I was trying to be 1337 about it. 😉

    • #49630
      sternone
      Participant

      😀 😀 😀 😀

    • #49631
      cyber.spirit
      Participant

      WooW
      i thought all of hackers are using this language so im so sorry if i shared malicious hacker’s language im going to remove the resources soo sorry again.

      @sternone wrote:

      R j00 PHR34KIN’ KiDDin’ m3H, n0 pHuCKIn’ W4y 73H 8Ig 80Y5 74LK LIK3 7hi5. Phuck 7h47 5hI7!! 533 J00 In h3ll 5CrIp7 KIdDi3!!!!!!

      And you sternone are you always judge people with no information!!!!????????????????????? OK if its what you want i can do it for you too

      M4n Im n07 5CRIp7 KiDDi3 8u7 533 J00 In H3ll 8L4Ck H@ h4X0r

      sorry agan guys

    • #49632
      jason
      Participant

      Nothing to be sorry about, we’re all here to learn in one way or another. Some script kiddies do actually use leet, but its generally considered to be a bit of a joke, hence all the people joking around in the thread. No harm done.

    • #49633
      jjwinter
      Participant

      No worries, thanks for sharing. I didn’t know people really communicated for real that way.

      But you have to admit its funny as h3ll.

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