OpenAI credentials stolen by the thousands for sale on the dark web

CERT-MU Information Security News – 21 July 2023

Threat actors are showing an increased interest in generative artificial intelligence tools, with hundreds of thousands of OpenAI credentials for sale on the dark web and access to a malicious alternative for ChatGPT. Both less skilled and seasoned cybercriminals can use the tools to create more convincing phishing emails that are customized for the intended audience to grow the chances of a successful attack. In six months, the users of the dark web and Telegram mentioned ChatGPT, OpenAI’s artificial intelligence chatbot, more than 27,000 times, shows data from Flare, a threat exposure management company, shared with BleepingComputer.

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