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"Hacked by Chinese!" appeared in the text of the Code Red Worm which attacked a vulnerability in Microsoft IIS web servers in July, 2001. In some internet forums, the phrase has become a put-down synonymous with "you lose!" The meaning of the original term is obscure; perhaps a reference by the originators of the worm to a supposed Chinese-American internet war, though the origin of the worm, which infected some 250,000 computers within 9 hours according to NIPC, was never traced.
Slashdot comment: "Hacked by Chinese!" -August 7, 2001, on news of a new human vs. machine chess match.
by Tony Sidaway September 06, 2005
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A celebrity free pass is an agreement between you and your significant other that if you meet said celebrity and there is an opportunity to sleep with them, your partner cannot get mad at you for doing so because you had agreed before hand that this person was your celebrity free pass. It is ideal if both of you in the relationship choose a celebrity free pass so that the playing field is even.
Julia met Drake at a bar, and hooked up with him, knowing that her significant other could not be mad at her, because Drake was her celebrity free pass.
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A phrase popularized after the wordCode Red/word worm appeared with this text in it. Basically nonsense. Code Red originated from China. Often used as an expression, much like wordpwned by n00bshop/word, except with less emphasis on the winner being neophyte-esque.
You lose. Hacked by Chinese!
by Trafton September 12, 2003
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