ChatGPT Shenanigans 1: May I Please Have Some Malware?
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ChatGPT Shenanigans 1: May I Please Have Some Malware?

April 4 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

ChatGPT gives us the ability to create scripts, fix programming mistakes, and even tell jokes with ease. For obvious reasons however, ChatGPT’s ability to produce any kind of hateful, malicious or unlawful content has been severely curtailed. Come to this highly technical real-world presentation and see how with just a few key interactions and logic-injections, a malicious actor might use ChatGPT to craft malware that can turn a Script Kiddie into a major Threat Actor, potentially targeting your endpoint environments with AI written malware.

 

About The Speaker

Ben Eldritch is a Vulnerability Assessment Analyst at Raytheon Technologies. He loves to find the smallest kink in the armor and use it to unravel the whole set. He has bug bounty experience and multiple security-focused certifications including the OSCP. When not at a terminal, Ben enjoys exploring forests and finding real life bugs.

 

RBTC’s Cyber Forum series is made possible by 1901 Group.  Food and beverages will be provided.

Details

Date:
April 4
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://member.rbtc.tech/events/cybersecurity-april-2024

Venue

1901 Group
1331 Research Center Drive
Blacksburg, Virginia 24060 United States
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