How I hacked ALL displays in my high school district to play Rick Astley

Minh Duong writes:

On April 30th, 2021, I rickrolled my high school district. Not just my school but the entirety of Township High School District 214. It’s the second-largest high school district in Illinois, consisting of 6 different schools with over 11,000 enrolled students.

This story isn’t one of those typical rickrolls where students sneak Rick Astley into presentations, talent shows, or Zoom calls. I did it by hijacking every networked display in every school to broadcast “Never Gonna Give You Up” in perfect synchronization. Whether it was a TV in a hall, a projector in a classroom, or a jumbotron displaying the lunch menu, as long as it was networked, I hacked it!

Read more on TNW, who carefully post a disclaimer at the top of their article saying, “Disclaimer: This post is for educational purposes only. Do not perform similar activities without explicit permission.”

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