The first day of the Black Hat Arsenal kicks off with a new year of computer security and hacking research. Dan Petro’s Rickmote Controller is featured in the first wave of coverage in this ToolWatch’s wrap up: Black Hat Arsenal USA 2014 – Wrap up Day 1
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At this week’s Black Hat Tools Arsenal, Senior Security Analyst Dan Petro showcased his Rickmote Controller. You can watch a video interview with Dan and learn more about the Rickmote’s intricacies in this eWeek piece: Rickrolling a Google Chromecast at Black Hat
The Rickmote Controller makes it possible to hijack a Chromecast and force your neighbors to watch Rick Astley. Find out more about the device in this Hack A Day post: Hacking Chromecast With The Rickmote Controller
What if your Chromecast suddenly started to rickroll you? It’s possible, thanks to a vulnerability that stems from its set-up process. Listen for more in this Gigaom Chrome Show podcast: Chromecast’s Easy Setup Makes It Susceptible to Hacking
The Rickmote Controller, based on a Raspberry Pi, makes it possible to hijack a Chromecast and force your neighbors to watch Rick Astley. Find out more about the Wi-Fi enabled device in this Lifehacker After Hours post: Make a Chromecast-Hijacking Rickrolling Device Out of a Raspberry Pi