The internet is full of malicious websites vying for your personal data. Your personal information is a valuable commodity, and it should be safeguarded accordingly. However, it can be hard to know what to look for if you haven't fallen victim to an unsafe website before.
Keeping yourself safe online is important, especially since it's getting harder and harder to determine what an unsafe website looks like.
With the rise of AI for good, we’re also seeing AI tools manipulated for cybercrime, meaning it's never been easier to create a somewhat believable malicious website. Hot on the heels of one of the world’s most popular generative AI tools, ChatGPT, comes WormGPT and FraudGPT, both advanced bots used for writing malicious code, creating malware, and initiating cyber attacks.
We’ll show you how to identify and protect yourself from an unsafe website, so you can protect yourself from the grips of cybercriminals.