Three years ago internet security company McAfee began releasing a list of the top most risky star web searches. Paris Hilton topped the first list in 2007 and this year Jessica Biel came out on top.
Where, oh where, have you heard this name before? Here's a safe recap of Jessica Biel's career.
Jessica Biel, 27, most recently starred in "Easy Virtue." Her acting career took off in 1996 when Biel landed the role of Mary Camden on the popular WB drama "7th Heaven."
In 1999 she made People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" and Esquire magazine's "Sexiest Woman Alive" in 2005. In between, in 2000, Biel posed semi-nude for a cover and photos in Gear magazine.
Other Jessica Biel movies:
Summer Catch, 2001
Rules of Attraction, 2002
Texas Chainsaw Massacre, 2003
Blade: Trinity: 2004
The Illusionist, 2006
What makes searching for news, photos, screensavers or ringtones featuring these stars dangerous?
These websites put visitors at risk for computer threats including spyware, spam, phishing, viruses and adware. According to McAfee, there's a one in five chance that Jessica Biel internet searches will land on a risky website.
"Consumers' obsession with celebrity news and culture is harmless in theory, but one bad download can cause a lot of damage to a computer," says Jeff Green of McAffee
"Every day, cyber criminals use celebrities' names and images, like Kim Kardashian and Rihanna, to lure surfers searching for the latest stories, screen savers and ringtones to sites offering free downloads laden with malware," the statement added.
Who else is on McAffee's Dangerous Web Searches list?
Brad Pitt has went from one to ten, and no that's not the number of his kids with Angelina Jolie. Pitt dropped from the number one most risky internet star search to a number ten. Angelina was close by and shared the number eight spot with Megan Fox.
If there's a Brangelina story could Jennifer Anniston be far behind? Anniston is actually third on the most dangerous web searches list. Over 40% of Google search hits for "Jennifer Anniston screensavers" contain threatening viruses.
Beyonce is second on the list for the second year straight. The recent sentencing of her former boyfriend Chris Brown that has kept in her the news has also kept her a target of internet hackers. Even searching for "Beyonce ringtones" can lead to adware and spyware threats.
Newly weds Tom Brady and Gisels Bundchen ranked at fourth and sixth and Miley Cirus, Ashley Tisdale and Lindsay Lohan rounded out the top ten. What? No Tom Cruise? No Katie Holmes?
The recent ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews's peephole video brought to attention the dangers of web searches as internet scammers set to work to set up look alike web sites to lure curious searchers into risky web sites where they were hit with viruses and malware.