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McAfee's Top 10 Most Dangerous Celebrity Searches

Web searches of celebrity names can often lead surfers into a thicket of PC malware, McAfee warns in its fourth annual ranking of the 10 most dangerous celebrity search queries.

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1. Cameron Diaz

OK, so she was great in "There's Something About Mary" as the object of Brett Favre's affections, but Web surfers should resist the urge to look for photos of her online. According to McAfee, searching "Cameron Diaz" will take Web surfers to a risky site 10 percent of the time, while "Cameron Diaz and screen savers" results in being steered to Web sites with malicious downloads 19 percent of the time.

That makes Diaz the most dangerous celebrity search out there, according to McAfee.

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