21 Aug, 2023

Exploit Convert prompts

Converting textual information into a structured format has become an integral part of many fields, including information security. In this article, we will talk about Exploit Convert Prompts, a tool that greatly simplifies the process of extracting and analysing exploits from text sources.

What are Exploit Convert Prompts?

Exploit Convert Prompts are a system of templates that automate the process of converting unstructured text into a more organised format.

Application in Information Security

Extracting Data from Diverse Sources

In the world of information security, there are many different sources of information about vulnerabilities and exploits. These include forums, blogs, articles, publications, news sources, and many others. Each of these sources can contain important information about new or existing threats. However, manually analysing and extracting data from so much information can be a very time-consuming and costly process.

Exploit Convert Prompts allow security professionals to effectively automate this process. They can create appropriate templates to retrieve key attributes of vulnerabilities and exploits from text sources. This allows them to quickly and accurately gather essential data such as vulnerability type, description, author, related vulnerabilities (CVEs), remediation recommendations, and more.

The Convert process: How it works

The process of using Exploit Convert Prompts begins by inserting the appropriate template into a text source containing information about a vulnerability or exploit. Each variable in the template represents a key attribute that denotes a specific aspect of the exploit.

Example of a prompt working

Let’s take this prompt as an example:

					'Read the text and extract it in JSON format for example: {"Title":"title", 
"Vulnerability-Type":"vulnerability name",
"Exploit-Description":"give detailed relevant description related to the exploit and CVE in maximum words possible.",
"Severity":"severity with CVSS score",
"Author":"author name(should not include any link or reference other than name of the author)",
"Related-CVE":"Related CVEs",
"CWE":"CWE based on vulnerability type (only include CWE number. remove any prefix or suffix)",
"Mitigation":"mitigation or remediation for this vulnerability",
"Patch-Exists":"YES or NO",
"Affected-Version-From":"affected versions from",
"Affected-Version-To":"Affected version to",
"CPE":"CPE (remove the prefix \'cpe:\')",
"Product-Name":"Product Name",
"Platforms-Tested":"Supported platforms for this exploit like Windows, Linux, Mac else None"}\n\nText:\n' + text

Suppose you have the following text:

A vulnerability was discovered in Product XYZ. 
The vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted input.
This issue affects Product XYZ versions 1.0 to 1.5 on Windows and Linux platforms.
The vendor has released a patch to address this vulnerability.

Severity: High
CVE: CVE-2023-12345
Author: John Doe
CWE: CWE-123
Mitigation: Update to the latest version.
Patch-Exists: YES
Affected-Version-From: 1.0
Affected-Version-To: 1.5
CPE: product-xyz
Vendor: ABC Corporation
Product-Name: Product XYZ
Platforms-Tested: Windows, Linux


You substitute this text into your prompt and send it for processing. After receiving a response from the model, you will get a JSON structure like the following:

  "Title": "Vulnerability in Product XYZ",
  "Vulnerability-Type": "Arbitrary Code Execution",
  "Exploit-Description": "Remote attackers can execute arbitrary code via crafted input...",
  "Severity": "High",
  "Year": "2023",
  "Author": "John Doe",
  "Related-CVE": "CVE-2023-12345",
  "CWE": "CWE-123",
  "Mitigation": "Update to the latest version.",
  "Patch-Exists": "YES",
  "Affected-Version-From": "1.0",
  "Affected-Version-To": "1.5",
  "CPE": "product-xyz",
  "Vendor": "ABC Corporation",
  "Product-Name": "Product XYZ",
  "Platforms-Tested": "Windows, Linux"


This way, you get structured data from the original text in JSON format.

Advantages of Using Exploit Convert Prompts

  1. Converting unstructured information into a structured format significantly saves the time and effort of analysts.

  2. The automated process minimizes the risk of human errors inherent in manual processing.

  3. Acquiring key data accelerates decision-making in responding to vulnerabilities.

Limitations and Prospects

While Exploit Convert Prompts are undeniably powerful, it’s important to remember certain limitations. The technology may encounter challenges when processing non-standard text formats or utilizing uncommon lexicons. However, with continuous development and refinement, these limitations can be overcome.


Exploit transformation queries are a powerful technique that facilitates the automation of exploit extraction and analysis processes, increasing the efficiency and accuracy of information security professionals. As this technology evolves, its potential can only grow, making vulnerability analysis processes easier and faster.

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