Anne Curtis’ ‘nip-slip’ leads to fake anti-virus

MANILA, Philippines  – Warning! Searching online for photos of Anne Curtis’ wardrobe malfunction can be dangerous to your computer.

The Australian-born TV host and movie actress was performing a dance number while shooting live for a local noontime TV show when the right part of her top folded and accidentally showed her right breast.

News of the swimsuit mishap involving Curtis spread like wildfire earlier this week as photos of the wardrobe malfunction spread in social networks.

On Wednesday, Curtis said she felt disrespected and disheartened that the photos were being shared online and was even published by a local tabloid. She called on the people who were able to take a shot of the incident using their camera phones to delete it. She also appealed to those who uploaded the photo to take it down from their site and blogs.

A Trend Micro security alert, meanwhile, said cybercriminals have jumped on the sudden popularity of searches for Anne Curtis by spreading new, fake antivirus variants.

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