CNET: It's Scary Easy to Use ChatGPT to Write Phishing Emails
Experts warn that ChatGPT isn't always accurate, and even Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, which created the chatbot, said it shouldn't be used for "anything important right now." But cybercriminals generally aren't worried about their code being 100% perfect, so accuracy problems are a nonissue for them, according to Jose Lopez, principal data scientist and machine learning engineer for the email security company Mimecast,
What they are concerned about is speed and productivity.
"If you're an average coder, it's not going to transform you into a super hacker overnight," Lopez said. "Its main potential is as an amplifier."