But dangerous, as per a study by security company McAfee Inc. In the search for good PR and stories like these, McAfee has conducted, for the third straight year, a survey of which famous celebrity is the riskiest to stalk on the internet. Last year, Brad Pitt, that inglorious basterd came on top, this year it's Jessica Biel and frankly, we are not complaining.
So where is the danger -- consider a hot-blooded male (or a woman) searching for "Jessica Biel", "Jessica Biel downloads," "Jessica Biel wallpaper," "Jessica Biel screen savers," for the purpose of oohing and aahing. Said hot-blooded human is likely to stumble on websites which are laden with malware: viruses, worms, trojans, and all manner of internet evil. McAfee claims that there is a one in five chance of said individual landing at a site with malcontent coursing through their HTML.
"Every day, cybercriminals use celebrities' names and images to lure surfers searching for the latest stories, screen savers and ringtones to sites offering free downloads laden with malware," a McAfee statement explained.