AI Tool Popularity: An Opportunity for Launching Malicious Campaigns?
A Cybersecurity Collaboration between WhoisXML API and Bayse Intelligence.
An increasing number of organizations are reaping the benefits that AI tools offer. Despite improving employee productivity, however, 78% of users are afraid that threat actors could exploit the solutions to defraud them.1 The widening range of attacks targeting tools like ChatGPT2 and Grammarly,3 unfortunately, isn’t assuaging their fears.
To help out, WhoisXML API and Bayse Intelligence teamed up to identify web properties that attackers could have already used, are currently using, or may weaponize in the future to target eight of 2023’s best AI productivity tools.4
Our collaborative effort led to these findings:
- A total of 2,003 domains containing the names of popular AI productivity tools.
- The identification of one threat actor actively targeting several popular AI productivity tools while hiding within trusted cloud provider infrastructure.
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-  https://resources.sift.com/ebook/q2-2023-digital-trust-safety-index-ai-and-automation/
-  https://main.whoisxmlapi.com/threat-reports/detecting-chatgpt-phishing-on-social-media-with-the-help-of-dns-intelligence
-  https://main.whoisxmlapi.com/threat-reports/uncovering-other-darktortilla-threat-vectors
-  https://zapier.com/blog/best-ai-productivity-tools/