According to the engineer, it took him about 25 dollars or 1,500 rubles for everything about everything. With the help of simple manipulations, he disassembled Elon Musk’s satellite dish, removed the motherboard from the device and based on it made his own edition with a connected microcomputer.
Shortening the terminal and rebooting allowed it to get into parts of the system that were previously blocked, Wouters said. At the same time, he used the information he gained as a result of the hack only to better understand how the Starlink device works.
Recall that in early July, information appeared that SpaceX is ready to serve smartphone users using the Starlink satellite network.