Remember last year’s ghastly experience of Erin Andrews who was secretly filmed naked in her hotel through a peephole? The popular peephole video has been predicted to be posted on the internet, which brought Erin Andrews to the spotlight after having more publicity. The ESPN sports presenter is now part of the list of popular searches on the web.
People are now looking for that video online, both paid and free. But, wait… Even if the scandal has ended when Michael David Barrett, the man who took the video, was sentenced to prison last March 15 – it looks like hackers continue to take advantage of this cyber mishap.
When you search Erin Andrews Peephole Video, let say on Google, the search engine will return lots of links on the SERPs. But only a few of this is credible, though. The links are dangerous and pose potential risks as you are not going to download and watch the real video, but install a malware on your machine instead. It’s actually the same thing happened to the Leighton Meester video. Watch this video from Sophos Lab.
Now that you’re aware of this, I personally suggest not looking for that video. You will just put your computer at risk!