Brad Pitt has been found to be the most dangerous search name of the year. According to McAfee, the film star's name is more likely to direct a user to malicious sites than any other celebrity moniker.
The security firm found that fans who search the name "Brad Pitt" on the web have nearly a 1 in 5 chance of encountering a potentially risky site. 18 per cent of searches lead to wallpaper, screen savers and photos that carried some sort of malware. Searching 'Brad Pitt screensavers' bumps the infection risk up to 50 per cent.
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