FraudGPT: The Latest Development in Malicious Generative AI

Discover how FraudGPT works, how it differs from other generative AI models, and the impact it has on cybersecurity.
August 29, 2023

As generative AI continues to evolve, so too does the potential for threat actors to wreak havoc with advanced attacks. Recently, we discussed a malicious form of gen AI called WormGPT. This particular technology is an open-source unsupervised learning system lacking the guardrails put in place by ChatGPT to deter threat actors. Following closely behind WormGPT, a new malicious AI platform has been advertised on dark web forums—FraudGPT.

Here, we take a closer look at how FraudGPT works, how it differs from other generative AI models, and the impact it has on cybersecurity. By equipping yourselves with the right knowledge and tools, you can make sure your business remains secure against this ever-evolving threat.

Don't forget to register for Convergence Series 2, kicking off March 21 with a live demo from the threat researcher who discovered FraudGPT.

What is FraudGPT and How Does it Work?

FraudGPT is a subscription-based malicious generative AI that uses sophisticated machine learning algorithms to generate deceptive content. This platform acts as a cyberattacker's starter kit, capitalizing on existing attack tools, such as custom hacking guides, vulnerability mining, and zero-day exploits. FraudGPT works by training on vast datasets of human-generated content from various sources and then using this data to create new, undetectable content.

With its ability to strip away any kind of safety protections or ethical barriers like those present in ChatGPT and Google Bard, this technology can be used for a variety of malicious purposes. For example, it can be used to craft reviews, news articles, and other text which can be used in online scams or to manipulate public opinion. It also has the potential to create undetectable malware, find leaks and vulnerabilities, or even craft text for phishing campaigns.

The technology behind FraudGPT is still in its early stages—but it’s expected to become increasingly sophisticated over time as more data becomes available and advances are made in machine learning algorithms.

How is FraudGPT Different from Other Generative AI Models?

FraudGPT is an advanced type of generative AI that stands apart from other models due to its superior ability to detect context-dependent information. With the capability to generate data from incomplete input, FraudGPT presents a dangerous threat as it can be used to craft undetectable malware or create documents for scams.

In addition, FraudGPT's sophisticated algorithms allow it to understand user intent better than traditional generative AI models, making it difficult for users to distinguish between real and fake content generated by the model.

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Original advertisement for FraudGPT

The subscription to FraudGPT starts at $200 per month and goes up to $1,700 for a year. Some of the features include the ability to:

  • Write malicious code

  • Create undetectable malware

  • Find Non-VBV Bins

  • Create Phishing pages

  • Create Hacking tools

  • Find groups, sites, markets

  • Write scam pages/letters

  • Find leaks, Vulnerabilities

  • Learn to code | hack

  • Find Cardable sites

The Impact of FraudGPT on Cybersecurity

FraudGPT has ushered in a new age of AI-powered weaponry, which can be used by anyone, regardless of their knowledge or skill level. With a massive potential number of users, the greatest danger posed by FraudGPT is how rapidly it will spread among malicious actors striving to target vulnerable entities in the fields of education, healthcare, government, and industry. In fact, we surveyed 300 cybersecurity stakeholders, and 80% believe their organization has already been targeted by AI-generated email attacks.

By investing in up-to-date security systems that include real-time threat detection capabilities, automated response protocols, and anti-malware protection, businesses can reduce their risk of falling victim to FraudGPT attacks. With the right tools and safeguards in place, organizations can remain secure against malicious AI while also boosting their overall network security posture.

Protecting Against Malicious AI with a Modern Solution

The rise of malicious generative AI presents a significant challenge for businesses and organizations, making it important to invest in modern security solutions that can protect against these threats. AI security systems provide an effective way to detect and defend against malicious content created by FraudGPT and other malicious AI.

“Good AI” systems work by using sophisticated algorithms to analyze incoming data and detect patterns of malicious behavior. These systems can identify suspicious activity, such as the creation of deceptive content or attempts to access unauthorized information before any damage can be done. By recognizing trends in malicious behavior, these systems can quickly detect and respond to threats before they have had a chance to cause significant harm.

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