Hang on — let me rephrase that: The dazzling Ms. D is actually quite lovely in person (in my daydreams, anyway; we’ve yet to meet face-to-face). But on the Internet, there’s something about Cameron that might infect you with a virus.
Cameron Diaz, you see, tops 2010’s list of the most dangerous celebrities to search for on the Web. Security company McAfee (yes, the same one just bought by Intel) compiles the list each year. And this go-round, the gang from Mc-A says Cameron isn’t one of Google’s angels.
Cameron Diaz: McAfee’s Most Dangerous Celebrity
According to McAfee’s study, searching for “Cameron Diaz” puts you at a 10 percent risk of landing on a site strewn with malware. Some of the worst searches include those for screen savers and other, ahem, downloads involving the actress’s name.
Diaz isn’t alone in the danger zone. Start the drumroll; here’s the full list of McAfee’s top 10 most dangerous celebs for 2010: