Jessica Biel Named ‘Most Dangerous Cyberspace Celebrity’ on the Web


Security software maker McAfee has named Jessica Biel as the most dangerous celebrity online. McAfee on Tuesday reported that searches for the 27 year-old actress are more likely to lead to online threats such as spyware and viruses than searches for any other celebrity. "Fans searching for 'Jessica Biel' or 'Jessica Biel downloads,' 'Jessica Biel wallpaper,' 'Jessica Biel screensavers,' 'Jessica Biel photos' and 'Jessica Biel videos' have a one in five chance of landing at a website that's tested positive for online threats such as spyware, adware, spam, phishing, viruses and other malware," or malicious software, McAfee said in a press release. ANI report:
Searching for Jessica Biel on the Internet could prove to be extremely risky for your computer, as she has been named America’s "Most Dangerous Celebrity In Cyberspace" by Internet researchers.

Computer protection company McAfee looked at popular search engines such as Google and Yahoo! in assessing the risk by clicking on celebrity-related website links.

The company has said that cybercriminals are using A-listers’ names and images to lure Internet users who surf the Web for the latest gossip, screen savers and ringtones to "fake" Web sites that look legitimate.

Such sites could be loaded with spyware collecting information about users without their knowledge, and viruses that can infiltrate computers, with the goal of making money and committing ID theft.

They found that Biel was the riskiest US celebrity target, with one in five celebrity websites related to her being potentially harmful.

Second in line as the most dangerous star in cyberspace is Beyonce, followed closely by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at the third spot.

The survey found that more than 17 percent of websites and web links related to both these stars had some sort of risky content attached.

Jessica Simpson with 17.6 percent of dangerous content on websites dedicated to her stood at the fourth position, while Jennifer Aniston was fifth having 12.3 percent of online risky content to her credit.

"Cybercrooks capitalising on the public obsession with celebrities and current events is nothing new…" the Telegraph quoted Greg Day, McAfee’s principal security analyst, as saying.

He added: "A quick flick across the front pages of the latest popular newspapers and magazines offers a fairly reliable snapshot of where the criminals will focus their efforts next."

Here are the top 10 ‘risky’ US celebrities and the percentage of websites related to them, which were found to be potentially harmful:

1. Jessica Biel – 20.1 per cent

2. Beyonce – 17.9

3. Tom Brady (New England Patriots quarterback) – 17.4

4. Jessica Simpson – 17.6

5. Jennifer Aniston – 12.3

6. Gisele Bundchen – 15.8

7. Miley Cyrus – 15.5

8. Megan Fox – 15.3

8. Angelina Jolie – 15.3

9. Ashley Tidsdale – 14.9

10. Brad Pitt – 14.8

Jessica Biel replaces Brad Pitt, who was No. 1 on last year's list. Anyway, here are a few nude shots of Jessica so that you don't have to go through the bullshit. Click on picture to enlarge.


Jessica Claire Biel (born March 3, 1982 in Ely, Minnesota, United States) is an American actress and former model, who has appeared in several Hollywood films, including Summer Catch, the remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Illusionist and I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. She is also known for her television role as Mary Camden in the long-running family-drama series 7th Heaven.