Stolen ChatGPT premium accounts up for sale on the dark web

Trade of stolen ChatGPT account credentials, especially those of the premium accounts, is on a rise on the dark web since March, enabling cybercriminals to get around OpenAI’s geofencing restrictions and get unlimited access to ChatGPT, according to research by Check Point.

“During the last month, CPR (Check Point Research) observed an increase in the chatter in underground forums related to leaking or selling compromised ChatGPT premium accounts,” Check Point said in a blog post. “Mostly those stolen accounts are being sold, but some of the actors also share stolen ChatGPT premium accounts for free, to advertise their own services or tools to steal the accounts.”

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