WormGPT – The Generative AI Tool for Cybercriminals


WormGPT – The Generative AI Tool Cybercriminals Are Using to Launch Business Email Compromise Attacks

In the ever-evolving landscape of artificial intelligence, a new player has emerged. Say hello to WormGPT, the latest creation of the GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) architecture.


What is WormGPT?

WormGPT is a malicious AI chatbot first released on the dark web in early 2023, and it has since been used to launch a number of in Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks. WormGPT is designed to be used for malicious activities, such as generating convincing phishing emails, malware code, and other cybercrime content. It is also able to bypass the safety measures of other AI chatbots, such as ChatGPT and Bard.


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WormGPT has been trained on a diverse array of data sources, including malware-related data. This means that it is able to generate highly realistic and convincing content that can be used to deceive users. For example, WormGPT could be used to generate phishing emails that appear to be from a legitimate source, such as a bank or credit card company. These emails could then be used to trick users into providing their personal information, which could then be used by criminals to commit fraud.



Here are some of the dangers of WormGPT:

  • It can be used to create convincing phishing emails that trick people into giving up their personal information.
  • It can be used to generate malware code that can infect computers and steal data.
  • It can be used to launch denial-of-service attacks that can disrupt websites and online services.
  • It can be used to spread disinformation and propaganda.

If you think you may have been targeted by WormGPT, you should contact your law enforcement agency. You should also change your passwords and monitor your accounts for suspicious activity.



Here are some tips to help you stay safe from WormGPT:

  • Be careful about what information you share online.
  • Do not click on links or open attachments in emails from people you do not know.
  • Keep your software up to date.
  • Use a firewall and antivirus software.
  • Be aware of the latest cyber threats.

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