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Research Probes AI’s Potential in Combating Cybercrime | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

Artificial Intelligence (AI) could become a crucial asset to fight the growing global risk of cybercrime, a new study with Charles Darwin University (CDU) has found.

The study, led by researchers from CDU’s Energy and Resources Institute alongside Christ Academy Institute for Advanced Studies in India, examined if generative AI (GenAI) could be used in penetration testing, known as pentesting, which is a cybersecurity exercise aimed at identifying weak spots in a system’s defences.

Researchers used ChatGPT to run a series of pentesting activities in reconnaissance, scanning, vulnerability assessments, exploitation, and reporting activities.

Prompts included trying to anonymously log into a server and

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