Security researchers have discovered that Chinese computer hackers dangled the promise of nude photos of former French first lady Carla Bruni as bait to lure in targeted foreign ministries during a Group of 20 economic summit in Paris in And the scheme worked, for the most part. The email contained malware code hidden in the link to the alleged photos. Once opened, the email was forwarded along to others. Story continues below.
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Helena Christensen. The musician told friend Helena Christensen that she refused to let any negative publicity affect her when she travelled overseas. I was naked everywhere. I just got to England with my man, and every single paper had me naked on the cover," said Bruni. At least it was a beautiful photo! Christensen responded by speculating that the Queen probably "loved" the pictures, and would have said, "'Look at his hot chick! Bruni - a keen singer and song-writer - also revealed that she made sure to make time for her beloved music while her husband, Nicolas Sarkozy, was in power.
The black-and-white picture, which shows the wife of President Nicolas Sarkozy standing bare-breasted and pigeon-toed, was bought by an unnamed Chinese art collector. Christie's the auction house said the image, taken by photographer Michel Comte in , fetched more than 20 times its expected price. Christie's announced the portrait of Miss Bruni would be put up for auction just hours ahead of her highly successful state visit to Britain last month.
Hackers used nude photos of former French first lady Carla Bruni as bait to get dozens of G20 representatives to click on what turned out to be a Trojan -delivering email. According to News. The tempting message that masked the Trojan was sent to the finance ministers and central bank representatives that attend these summits. The nude photos were legitimate: Ms.