RickMote Controller - Raspberry Pi Case - Chromecast TV Hijacking Tool
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The "RickMote Controller" by Bishop Fox
The "RickMote Controller" is a Raspberry Pi based hacking tool by AltF4 of Bishop Fox. With a single click of the face, it lets you wirelessly hijack nearby TVs by exploiting a flaw in Google Chromecast.
This entry is the custom case for the RickMote, encapsulating the Raspberry Pi, battery, and Adafruit PiTFT - 2.8" Touchscreen Display.
More Info on RickMote Controller:
- GitHub - Bishop Fox - rickmote
- Bishop Fox - Blog - The Rickmote Controller: Hacking One Chromecast at a Time - 16July2014
- YouTube - Rickmote Controller - Hijacking TVs via Google Chromecast - 15July2014
- YouTube - ToorCon 15 (2013) - Rickrolling your neighbors with Google Chromecast - 20Oct2013
- Wired Magazine - Rickroll Innocent Televisions With This Google Chromecast Hack - 16July2014
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The RickMote case for a Raspberry Pi prints in 2 core pieces (and 2 optional faceplates) that can easily snap together:
- Faceplate - BishopFox Logo (Optional)
- Faceplate - RickMote Controller - Logo (Optional)
First, print all 4 pieces: top, bottom, and two faceplates (optional).
Insert your Raspberry Pi into the Bottom piece. Raspberry Pis can be bought here:
Carefully attach the Top to the Bottom. Should firmly snap together.
Two color flap (different color faceplate logos)
Done by printing face up, and pausing print once it starts printing the logo, to switch out filament for different color. Guide on doing this:
Hardware – Known to Work with the RickMote
Raspberry Pi – Model B
- Adafruit PiTFT - 2.8" Touchscreen Display for Raspberry Pi