A keylogger recently carried out malicious attacks using ChatGPT in what has been a growing trend of cybercriminals taking advantage of the sophisticated AI tool.
The keylogger, dubbed BlackMamba, was made by Jeff Sims at the HYAS institute and works by tweaking its program in response to inputs from the user. It dynamically executes Python code at runtime, meaning that ChatGPT is called on to create a unique code that will be different for each victim. It’s then shared around the internet via social engineering scams, which are mostly email-based. ( Read Full Article . . . )