Sep 03 2008

Chinese hacker joke…paying the pain forward

Published by at 3:28 am under Uncategorized

Got to confess, I don’t get most Chinese humor.  The couple of times I’ve searched for jokes in Chinese hacker forums, this one pops up. Never bothered to tranlate it because it’s bad, very bad.  Somone has taken the time to translate it for me so, without further delay:

Hacker = 黑客 = black rogue(??)~ short for BR
Pc newbie = 小白 = xiao bai ( most probably Ms white) ~ short for XB

A conversation between BR and XB

BR:I am now in control of your PC
XB:How did you do it?
BR:By using a trojan
XB:……………….where?I dont see it
BR:Open your control panels
XB:………………where is my control panels
BR:………………Below your computer!!
XB:I dont see it in “My Computer”
BR:…….Forget it,just forget everything i said

later on~~
BR:I am now in control of your PC again
BR: ….scared?!
XB:what good timing,can you help clear those annoying virus? these days there are alot of them in my PC

XB:why do you always come and go as you please?
BR:well….you could always use a firewall
XB:but…….if there is a firewall, then u wont be able to access my PC
BR:its not that,its just that i wanna have more fun hacking ur PC,if its secureless like this its real damn

If you feel you can’t live without learning the fate of Xiao Bai and the hacker…go here masochist.

4 responses so far

4 Responses to “Chinese hacker joke…paying the pain forward”

  1. jumperon 03 Sep 2008 at 5:33 am

    Many thanks for writing an article that isn’t about Google Chrome.

  2. Heikeon 03 Sep 2008 at 9:49 am

    You must be really sick of hearing about Chrome if this joke was a welcome relief.

  3. CBRP1R8on 04 Sep 2008 at 7:17 am

    LOL, I liked it…..”I want you to get a firewall so I can have more fun hacking into your pc…” classic….:D

    I’ve heard my share on chrome as well…hopefully they fix the security flaws while in beta and don’t release crap code…

  4. Heikeon 05 Sep 2008 at 4:09 am


    You know, it is actually funnier in Chinese. Don’t know why but it loses something in the translation.