Seven of the top 10 search terms are musical artists.

Search Term "Britney Spears" One Of The Internet's Most Dangerous

Well, this isn’t good news for BreatheHeavy.

Britney Spears has and always will be one of the most searched terms on the Internet – exactly why she’s a target for malicious malware hackers and one of the top searches on Intel Security’s Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities list.

The company says people and events in popular culture are more suspect.

“Cybercriminals are always looking for ways to take advantage of consumer interest around popular culture events including award shows, TV show and movies premieres, album releases, celebrity breakups, and more,” Intel states. “They capitalize on this interest by enticing unsuspecting consumers to sites laden with malware, which enables them to steal passwords and personal information.”

They add “seven of the top 10 are musical artists, ranging from EDM artists to country, hip hop and pop.”

Your Top 10:
1. Armin van Buuren, 17.92%
2. Luke Bryan, 17.64%
3. Usher, 16.67%
4. Britney Spears, 16.39%
5. Jay Z, 15.83%
6. Katy Perry, 14.86%
7. Amy Schumer, 14.72%
8. Betty White, 14.03%
9. Lorde, 13.61%
10. Nina Dobrev, 13.19%

Music stars who didn’t make the top 10 still considered dangerous include Justin Bieber (No. 11), Rihanna (No. 12), Jennifer Lopez and Kenny Chesney (tied at No. 13), and Selena Gomez (No. 14). Kanye West and Miley Cyrus landed at 16 and 19.

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