FraudGPT AI – Another AI Malware Like WormGPT

FraudGPT AI is a new AI malware tool that is designed for sophisticated attacks. It is similar to WormGPT, which is another AI tool with a similar purpose. These tools use artificial intelligence to create more advanced and effective forms of malware, making them more difficult to detect and defend against.


FraudGPT and WormGPT are examples of how AI technology can be used for malicious purposes.

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FraudGPT is being advertised as an all-in-one solution for cybercriminals. It offers a range of features, including the ability to craft spear-phishing emails, create undetectable malware, generate phishing pages, identify vulnerable websites, and even provide tutorials on hacking techniques. This makes FraudGPT a powerful tool for cybercriminals, allowing them to carry out sophisticated attacks with relative ease. 

FraudGPT Pricing

This particular malware, FraudGPT AI, has been available for purchase since at least July 22 of this year. It is being sold on a subscription basis, with prices ranging from $200 per month to $1,700 for a year-long subscription. This means that cybercriminals can easily purchase and use this tool to carry out sophisticated attacks

According to Rakesh Krishnan, a Netenrich security researcher, FraudGPT is a powerful tool that can be used for a variety of malicious purposes, including writing malicious code, creating undetectable malware, finding leaks and vulnerabilities, and more.

Unfortunately, there have been over 3,000 confirmed sales and reviews of this tool, indicating that it is being widely used by cybercriminals.

How FraudGPT Threaten Cybersecurity.

Tools like FraudGPT can indeed cause a lot of damage. They have the potential to take the phishing-as-a-service (PhaaS) model to a whole new level, and even beyond that. By using advanced AI technology, these tools can create more sophisticated and effective attacks, making it more difficult for individuals and organizations to protect themselves.

Rakesh Krishnan has stated that while organizations can create tools like ChatGPT with ethical safeguards, it is not difficult to reimplement the same technology without those safeguards. This means that even if some organizations take steps to ensure that their AI tools are used ethically, there is still a risk that others may use the same technology for malicious purposes. 

Related: How To Bypass ChatGPT Restriction


This is just one example, of course. It is always a good idea to be careful and avoid installing apps from unofficial app stores unless you completely trust the developer. 

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