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DarkGPT – A ChatGPT-4 Powered OSINT Tool To Detect Leaked Databases

DarkGPT, your next-level OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) assistant. In this digital era, the ability to sift through vast amounts of data is invaluable, and DarkGPT, leveraging the power of GPT-4-200K, is designed to query leaked databases with precision.

A Spanish pentester with a “luijait” alias on Github recently unveiled an AI OSINT tool dubbed “DarkGPT” that helps detect leaked databases.

This resource article will guide you through the installation, setup, and usage of DarkGPT, ensuring you can integrate this powerful tool into your OSINT workflows.

Various tools powered by ChatGPT, such as OSINVGPTPentestGPTWormGPT,  BurpGPT and HackerGPT, have already been created for the cyber security community, and DarkGPT is now adding to this legacy.

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DarkGPT Installation:

Before diving into the world of DarkGPT, ensure that your system is equipped with Python, as the tool has been tested with Python 3.8 and higher versions. The installation process begins with cloning the DarkGPT repository from GitHub. Open your terminal and execute the following command:

git clone https://github.com/luijait/DarkGPT.git
cd DarkGPT

This will download the necessary files to your local machine and navigate you into the project directory.

Configuration:

To tailor DarkGPT to your needs, you’ll need to configure some environment variables. Start by duplicating the .env.example file and renaming it to .env. This file should be edited to include your personal API keys and usernames:

DEHASHED_API_KEY="your_dehashed_api_key_here"
DEHASHED_USERNAME="your_dehashed_username"
OPENAI_API_KEY="API_KEY from openai.com"

These credentials are crucial as they allow DarkGPT to interact with the respective APIs and databases securely.

Installation of Dependencies:

DarkGPT relies on several Python packages to function correctly. Install these dependencies by running the following command in your project directory:

pip install -r requirements.txt

This command will ensure all necessary libraries are installed, setting the stage for DarkGPT’s optimal performance.

DarkGPT Usage

With DarkGPT installed and configured, you’re ready to harness its capabilities. The tool can be invoked through the command line, where you can input your queries and receive insights from leaked databases. The intuitive interface of DarkGPT makes it user-friendly, even for those new to OSINT tools.

DarkGPT stands out with its robust features, including:

  • Integration with GPT-4-200K for advanced data processing.
  • Secure querying of leaked databases for comprehensive OSINT gathering.
  • Easy-to-use command-line interface for efficient operations.
  • Customizable environment settings to fit your specific intelligence needs.


DarkGPT is a potent addition to any OSINT professional’s toolkit. By following this course, you’ve equipped yourself with the knowledge to install, configure, and effectively use DarkGPT.

Integrating this AI assistant into your processes will unlock new possibilities for data analysis and intelligence gathering. Remember to use DarkGPT(GitHub) responsibly and in compliance with legal and ethical standards.

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BALAJI is an Ex-Security Researcher (Threat Research Labs) at Comodo Cybersecurity. Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder - Cyber Security News & GBHackers On Security.

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