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U.S. Military's Hackers

Master_T Translation (419 comments)

The millitary released this statement: "In simple terms and sans any military jargon, the unit could best be described as the world's most formidable hacker posse. Ever."

This, however, is merely a translation, "sans any millitary jargon" of what the Hacker unit leader actually said. the actual statement is given here, extant:

We call Ourselves Clan [JFCCNW]. Our unit is full of teh 1337 h4xx0rz. They will r0x0r terrorist computer network b0x0rz.... w00t. OMG we are teh 1337. We PWN all j00 who mess with teh |_|.5. We are the 1337est H4xx0rz. Evar.

more than 9 years ago

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