Heidi Klum, Cameron Diaz Top List Of Most Dangerous Celebrities To Search: McAfee
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Forget the Oscars: Computer security company McAfee has released its fifth annual top ten list of worst celebrities to search for if you want to hold on to your social security number.
The ranking of the most dangerous celebrities to search for is determined by which celebrity image search is most likely to land the searcher on a website that contains spyware, malware, adware, spam, or viruses. Top finishers range from the obvious -- models and people who have graced the cover of Maxim -- to the less obvious -- a certain forty-something British news anchor. According to the McAfee report, “Hot movies and TV shows, awards and industry accolades seem to be more of a factor than headline-grabbing activity,” which is one reason you're more likely to see Mila Kunis than Charlie Sheen.
Click through our slideshow as many times as you like to get your dangerous celeb fix without actually putting yourself in danger. See how this year's rankings compare to last year's (and the year before's) here and here.