Using a Raspberry Pi, a touchscreen, and some 3D printing, Senior Security Analyst Dan Petro begins his Google Chromecast Rickrolling journey. Dan Petro’s Rickmote Controller is featured in this Linebaugh Library Techblog: Rickmote: Rickrolling Chromecast Users, originally from this Raspberry Pi Foundation post: Rickmote: Rickrolling Chromecast Users
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The Rickmote Controller will try to hijack any Chromecast device within Wi-Fi range and replace the video stream with content of the hacker’s choosing. In this case, creator Dan Petro chooses to Rickroll. Read more about Petro’s Rickrolling journey in this Tom’s Guide article: Hacker Gadget Hijacks Google Chromecast Rickrolls TVs
Using a Raspberry Pi, a couple of Wi-Fi cards and a touchscreen, Senior Security Analyst Dan Petro begins his Google Chromecast Rickrolling journey. Dan Petro’s Rickmote Controller is featured in this Raspberry Pi blog post: Rickmote: Rickrolling Chromecast Users
Just when you thought the rickrolling meme might finally be dead, a Google bug has unwittingly allowed the R&B croonings of Rick Astley to migrate from your computer screen to your television. At the HOPE Conference in New York Friday, Bishop Fox Senior Security Analyst Dan Petro plans to show off a device he built …
Senior Security Analyst Dan Petro has developed an amusing piece of hardware called the “Rickmote” that takes advantage of Chromecast’s simplified Wi-Fi setup, hijacking a wireless connection to deliver a YouTube video of Astley’s groan-worthy hit. CIO has more details in this article: The Rickmote Shows No Mercy When It Finds Someone Using Chromecast