Phishing Sites and Apps Use ChatGPT as Lure

Security experts have warned of several new phishing efforts targeting Windows and Android users that employ ChatGPT to fool them into unintentionally installing malware and providing their credit card information.

Cybersecurity company Cyble reported that a bogus social media page spoofing the identity of ChatGPT developer OpenAI is disseminating a number of phishing websites.

It stated that “the page seems to be attempting to establish credibility by utilizing a variety of content, such as movies and other off-topic posts.”

Nevertheless, a closer inspection showed that some of the page’s messages include links that take readers to phishing sites that pose as ChatGPT read more Phishing Sites and Apps Use ChatGPT as Lure.

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