Guys, when you are doing a web-search for Jennifer Aniston, PLEASE BE CAREFUL. While it’s true that Jennifer Aniston is not the most dangerous person to do a web-search for, she is the third most dangerous person, and that is still VERY DANGEROUS.
Obviously, the world can’t just NOT do a web-search for Jennifer Aniston. Do you want governments to topple and people to go tearing into the streets with their faces melting off? No. A hearty and robust web-based search for information and/or photographs of Jennifer Aniston (clothing optional) MUST CONTINUE for the health and success of modern civilization.
But that doesn’t mean that we should just let our guard down! According to Reuters:
“Cybercriminals are star watchers too – they latch onto popular celebrities to encourage the download of malicious software in disguise,” McAfee’s Jeff Green said in a statement.
“Consumers’ obsession with celebrity news and culture is harmless in theory, but one bad download can cause a lot of damage to a computer.”
“Every day, cybercriminals 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.
Actress Jennifer Aniston was the third [most dangerous celebrity web-search], with more than 40 percent of the Google search results for “Jennifer Aniston screensavers” containing nasty viruses.
HOW ARE PEOPLE SUPPOSED TO GET THEIR SAFE AND RELIABLE JENNIFER ANISTON SCREENSAVERS*?! SURE, 60 PERCENT OF JENNIFER ANISTON SCREENSAVERS ARE BENIGN, FUNCTIONAL JENNIFER ANISTON SCREENSAVERS, BUT 40 PERCENT OF JENNIFER ANISTON SCREENSAVERS ARE INFECTED, AND THAT IS AN UNACCEPTABLE RATE OF DANGEROUS, UNUSABLE JENNIFER ANISTON SCREENSAVERS!
Sleep with one eye open, you guys.
P.S. One Bad Download is the name of my upcoming thriller. Fandango.
*WHO THE FUCK IS SEARCHING FOR JENNIFER ANISTON SCREENSAVERS?