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Priyanka Chopra is India’s most dangerous celebrity: McAfee

The study highlights the trend of cybercriminals using celebs to take advantage of fans seeking more information about their idols. Cybercriminals often lure unsuspecting supporters to sites laden with malware that can steal passwords and personal information. These criminals capitalize on the public’s fascination with celebrity to lure them to sites laden with malware that enables them to steal passwords and personal information. This year, searching for a celebrity name coupled with the search terms wall paper’, videos’, nude pictures’ resulted in the highest instances of malware-laden sites. Venkatasubrahmanyam Krishnapur, VP of Engineering- Consumer and Mobile, Business Group, McAfee India Centre, said: “In India, where celebrities are given the status of demi gods, cybercriminals often use their names to lure people to sites that actually host malicious software designed to compromise personal details and disrupt devices. By including the names of popular celebrities in a website’s search tags, cyber criminals are able to direct more visitors to malicious sites where they may unwittingly sign up for spam or harmful spyware ending up with a malware ridden devices.” The study uses McAfee SiteAdvisor site ratings, which indicate which sites are risky to search when attached to celebrity names on the Web and calculate an overall risk percentage. The top 10 celebrities from this year’s Indian study with the highest percentages of risk in the Indian cyberspace are: 1. Priyanka Chopra, Bollywood’s desi girl who recently entered the international music scene with hit singles such as In my city’ and Exotic’, occupies the 1st position on the India’s most dangerous celebrity list with 79 infected search results. 2. Debuting the list at 2nd position this year, with 75 malicious sites to his credit, is Shah rukh Khan who zoomed into the top charts with his dimpled smile and magnetic screen presence in the block buster of the season — Chennai Express. 3. One of the most sought after stars in Bollywood, Salman Khan’s pictures of his alleged reunion with Shahrukh Khan at an Iftar party flooded the cyber space recently.