Oops, ChatGPT can be hacked to offer illicit AI-generated content including malware

Remember a while ago when OpenAI Ceo, Sam Altman, said that the misuse of artificial intelligence could be “lights out for all (opens in new tab)?” Well, that wasn’t such an unreasonable statement considering now that hackers are selling tools to get past ChatGPT’s restrictions to make it generate malicious content.

Checkpoint (opens in new tab) reports (via Ars Technica (opens in new tab)) that cybercriminals have found a fairly easy way to bypass ChatGPT content moderation barriers and make a quick buck doing so. For less than $6, you can have ChatGPT generate malicious code or a ton of persuasive copy for phishing emails. 

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