SpaceX Starlink satellite hack
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Elon Musk's Starlink internet satellite network was hack using a $25 home-made gadget.
However, don't worry—they are okay with it.
Shortly after security researcher Lennert Wouters claimed to have hacked Starlink
and presented his results at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas on
August 10, the business made the announcement.
For years, tech corporations have offered rewards for successful hacking.
The reason for this is that they can then repair any problems that benevolent hackers identify.
Researchers who identify vulnerabilities they have found through "non-disruptive"
testing can receive incentives of up to $25,000 from Starlink.
The average payout over the previous three months, according to SpaceX, was $973.