May 13, 2024, 8:57 p.m. | /u/okay_scratch

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["FBI Warns of Increasing Threat of Cyber Criminals Utilizing Artificial Intelligence"](https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/sanfrancisco/news/fbi-warns-of-increasing-threat-of-cyber-criminals-utilizing-artificial-intelligence)

I see news like this pop up all the time on my feed but am wondering how this actually looks like at the ground level (or is this even real?). 

* Did the sophistication of phishing attacks really change in the past few years because of LLMs? 
* What are they like? Are they conversational? Multi-modal (email + SMS + voice / video, etc.)?
* Are they actually more …

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