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As artificial intelligence technology such as ChatGPT continues to improve, so does its potential for misuse by cybercriminals. According to BlackBerry Global Research, 74% of IT decision-makers surveyed acknowledged ChatGPT’s potential threat to cybersecurity. 51% of the respondents believe there will be a successful cyberattack credited to ChatGPT in 2023.

Here’s a rundown of some of the most significant ChatGPT-related cybersecurity reported issues and risks.

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ChatGPT stolen credentials on the Dark Web

Group-IB cybersecurity company published research in June 2023 on the trade of ChatGPT stolen credentials on the Dark Web. According to the company, more than 100,000 ChatGPT accounts were stolen between June 2022 and March 2023. More than 40,000 of these credentials have been stolen from the Asia-Pacific region, followed by the Middle East and Africa (24,925), Europe (16,951), Latin America (12,314) and North America (4,737).

There are two main reasons why cybercriminals want to access ChatGPT accounts. The obvious one to get their hands on paid accounts, which have no limitations compared to the free versions. However, the main threat is account spying — ChatGPT keeps a detailed history of all prompts and answers, which could potentially leak sensitive data to fraudsters.

Dmitry Shestakov, head of threat intelligence at Group-IB, wrote, “Many enterprises are integrating ChatGPT into their operational flow. Employees enter classified correspondences or use the bot to optimize proprietary code. Given that ChatGPT’s standard configuration retains all conversations, this could inadvertently offer a trove of sensitive intelligence to threat actors if they obtain account credentials.”

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