Tuesday, March 21, 2006


Microsoft's Security At Home has a good article on "leetspeak." This is the language used when typists replace letters with other characters or numbers that either look or sound similar to the original. For example:
  • kewl -- cool
  • d00d -- dude
  • roxx0rs -- rocks
The article includes some key points for interpreting leetspeak. [from Security At Home]

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