Friday, June 5, 2009

Katrina Kaif is the most dangerous key phrase!

Katrina Kaif photo
Katrina Kaif, originally uploaded by rizwan_zakir0346.

This is not for Salman Khan, but for those who want to try Katrina Kaif on the Internet searches. The Namastey London actress poses is one of the most dangerous terms on the Internet. Googling Katrina Kaif could infect your computer with a deadly, dangerous virus.

According to the report, “The Web’s Most Dangerous Search Terms” released by the Computer Security technology giant McAfee Inc, Katrina Kaif is one of the most dangerous search terms, with a maximum risk percentage of 28.6%. In other words, on a single page of search results for Katrina Kaif, 28.6% of the websites could be potentially risky.

The danger from Katrina is more in the last few months, especially after Google announced that Katrina Kaif is the most searched name. Now she is a more dangerous key phrase than Wapstick, one of the most popular websites for free downloads.

But Katrina finds it funny. “The virus bit is kind of funny, but the internet popularity is something which really is special to me. It means your fans and people who like you are thinking about you”, she said.

The South Indian film sensation Namitha has also made it to the top 10 high-risk search keyword that downloads dangerous worms. Indian actor Shahid Kapur occupied the fifth spot in the dangerous key phrase list.

According to McAfee, the popularity of these celebrity names allows hackers and cyber criminals an opportunity to make searchers download files carrying malicious software which steal private data from the system.

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