Malware authors use celebrities claim to attract and infect the computers of bit cautious users. Heidi Klum has replaced Cameron Diaz as the most dangerous search. The model Heidi Klum has replaced Cameron Diaz as the celebrity most commonly used by cybercriminals to introduce malware (malicious software) on computers when Internet searches are made with his name, according to the list for the fifth year published McAfee. The multinational security points out that cybercriminals commonly used names of celebrities to attract web sites with malicious software and thus, searches of Heidi Klum, downloads of Heidi Klum, photos of Heidi Klum News and videos of Heidi Klum, are those most at risk of being infected. McAfee research reveals that users who seek and downloaded the latest pictures of Heidi Klum have a 9% chance of ending in a web page of malicious software. In press release, Paula Greve, Director of research at the McAfee Web security, points out that this year celebrities searches are safer in 2010, but that Heidi Klum has passed since number 10 to 1 of your list in a single year. Behind Heidi Klum, the most dangerous searches correspond to the actress Cameron Diaz, editor and British journalist Piers Morgan and actress Jessica Biel, followed by Kathrine Heigl which makes the role of Izzi in Grey’s anatomy. From the list of the 10 most dangerous have emerged this year the model Gisele Bunden and actors Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz, Jennifer Love Hewit, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts. Source of the news: Heidi Klum, the search with more risk in Internet
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