Hey, all you chatGPT fans! I know, I know, I’m a bit behind schedule, but I think you’ll find the wait was worth it. Let’s take a dive into some of the more outrageous features of chatGPT. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to check out Part 1!
Could you ever have imagined that writing documents would be a piece of cake in the pentest-er’s world? Yep, chatGPT can generate all the professional documents you’ll ever need for your everyday hustle. Neat, huh? You may quickly create a VAPT report or audit report with a few simple steps.
Whew! No more tedious documentation…
The awesome part is that you can even create security vulnerability reports for your professional projects — or even use them for bug bounty programs.
Oh Oh, wait! What actually cool is, you can create your own playground to test your pen-testing skills — without a huge setup and expenditure. That’s insanely cool — no more expensive fees to practice your bug-hunting capabilities. Get your hands dirty with vulnerable applications and find those pesky flaws!
Hey dude, where’ve you been seriously when I launched my career?
Whoa, look at the results; perfect decoding of the code -just like my helpful buddy who can clarify all the concepts for me before the exam- so that I can conquer those sneaky essays with ease!
Last but not least, whether a professional or a novice, hey c’mon! we’ll have hundreds of questions on our minds and need to learn a lot from scratch to stay current in this fast-paced environment. Covering some other learning samples,
In conclusion, it is important to note that ChatGPT is not without its limitations and it still requires human supervision to ensure accuracy and avoid any potential biases. That’s all for this part! Let’s meet again with some more cool hacks we can apply with ChatGPT.
I know man! Nowadays everyone is selling ChatGPT Prompts and even ChatGPT released their Professional plans but I’m still writing here to explain things Damn! But, if you are a person who loves reading from the point of an author, then don’t forgot to upvote 🙂
Thanks for joining — Happy hacking!