According to a report from PC World, the security gurus over at McAfee have determined that of all celebrity names typed into Google, Cameron Diaz is the one most likely to infect your computer with malicious viruses. Approximately 10% of all searches for the My Sister's Keeper star land internet surfers on sites riddled with nasty code, and the risk rises dramatically whenever you add the words "naked," "nude," or "hot mangled foot in The Box." After spending the morning exploring all 5,650,000 hits that turn up after Googling Ms. Diaz's name (it's all in the name of journalism, folks), I've isolated the deadliest of them all. Click at your own peril. Or you could save yourself the trouble and I could just tell you that it's a link to the IMDb page for that movie The Sweetest Thing. Get it? Because that movie is terrible? Hilarious, I know. But seriously, I saw that movie with my grandparents and now they're dead. Now, I'm not suggesting that The Sweetest Thing killed my grandparents, but ... yes, that's exactly what I'm suggesting.

Diaz, of course, is not the only celebrity whose name is linked to a number of sites with untoward intentions. McAfee -- as they're perennially accustomed -- have provided the complete top ten list of stars who are most likely to put your computer at risk as you use the web -- the assimilated networks of all human knowledge and accomplishment, past and present -- to find blurry pictures of their nipples. So follow the jump to see who you should consider Googling only from the iMac tucked away in the darkest corner of your local Apple Store.
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