Video and photos: A hacker hacked into Elon Musk’s Starlink system using just a $25 home-made device to make internet service free


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Video and photos: Strange News: Using just a $25 home-made device a hacker hacked into Elon Musk’s Starlink system to make internet service free

Watch YouTube Video: How a hacker from Belgium gained access to Elon Musk’s Starlink internet system to make internet service free

Lennert Wouters, a cyber-security researcher from Belgium, managed to hack for the first -time ever Elon Musk’s Starlink internet system using a $25 home-made device

In one of our latest strange technology news blog posts of today, we report that strangely using just a $25 home-made device, a Belgian cyber-secutirty researcher, Lennert Wouters, managed to hack for the first -time ever Elon Musk’s Starlink internet system.

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The likely development board combined with some secret ingredients from the Starlink Dishy PCB which was converted to a homemade device used to hack the Starlink internet system. Image credit: Lennert Wouters/Twitter

According to the unexpected strange news report, The hacker, Lennert Wuoters got access through a voltage fault injection attack on a Starlink User Terminal  with his homemade circuit board or modchip device and gained access to the Starlink disc and explore the company’s network.

In Lennert Wouters’ retweet of Oleg Kutkov @olegkutkov, ”I decided to repack and port #Starlink #Dishy firmware to a different hardware platform. Development board combined with some secret ingredients from the Dishy PCB. Sure, there is no modem or DBFs, but it’s a convenient way to play with the system, debug binaries, and have fun”

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The cybersecurity researcher, Lennert Wuoters explained that he developed the homemade modchip for just $25 dollars and he was able to use the device to gain root access once he glitched the Starlink UT security operations bootrom.

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Image of Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and Starlink whose internet system was hacked by Lennert Wouters, a PHD researcher.Image by Tumisu, please consider ☕ Thank you! 🤗 from Pixabay 

“Our attack results in an unfixable compromise of the Starlink UT and allows us to execute arbitrary code. The ability to obtain root access on the Starlink UT is a prerequisite to freely explore the Starlink network,” Wuoters explained.

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