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Last updated 5/28/2024


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Model overview

secgpt is a language model developed by Clouditera, a model maintainer on Hugging Face. It is a 13B parameter model that utilizes transformers and the PEFT (Prompt-Efficient Fine-Tuning) library. secgpt was trained on a mixture of datasets for security-related tasks, and can assist with prompts related to security analysis, penetration testing, and other cybersecurity applications.

Similar models like weblab-10b-instruction-sft and alpaca-30b have also been fine-tuned on instruction-based datasets, but secgpt is specifically focused on security use cases.

Model inputs and outputs

The secgpt model can take a variety of security-related prompts as input, such as vulnerability analysis, penetration testing steps, or incident response procedures. It then generates relevant and coherent responses to assist the user with these tasks.


  • Security-related prompts: Requests for security analysis, pentesting steps, incident response, etc.


  • Textual responses: Detailed and relevant responses to the input prompts, providing helpful information and guidance on security-related tasks.


secgpt is capable of assisting with a wide range of security-related tasks, including vulnerability identification, penetration testing, incident response, and more. It can provide step-by-step guidance, explain security concepts, and offer insights and recommendations based on the input prompts.

What can I use it for?

You can use secgpt to streamline and augment your security workflows. Some potential use cases include:

  • Automating parts of the penetration testing process, such as reconnaissance and vulnerability identification.
  • Enhancing incident response capabilities by providing guidance on incident analysis and recommended mitigation steps.
  • Generating security-focused content, such as blog posts, tutorials, or educational materials.
  • Supplementing your security team's knowledge and expertise by providing on-demand support and analysis.

Things to try

One interesting aspect of secgpt is its ability to handle more detailed and complex security-related prompts, going beyond simple requests. Try providing the model with a detailed scenario or problem statement, and see how it responds with a comprehensive and relevant solution. This can help you assess the model's depth of understanding and its ability to reason about security challenges.

Additionally, you can experiment with prompts that involve multiple steps or tasks, such as a complete penetration testing workflow. Observe how secgpt handles the sequencing and transitions between different phases of the process.

This summary was produced with help from an AI and may contain inaccuracies - check out the links to read the original source documents!

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