The antivirus software company, McAfee, has just released its annual rankings of most virus-y celebrities, and Heidi Klum is at the top of the list.
Searching for the supermodel and television personality has a 10% chance of infecting your computer with spyware, a virus, malware, and other yucky digital infections. Klum stole the top spot from last year's buggiest big shot, Cameron Diaz, but the jury's out on whether or not the prize is an honor or a disgrace.
A quick comparison on Google Trends shows that in the past twelve months, Klum's worldwide searches were only 3.7% of Lady Gaga's. The internet is obsessed with Gaga, but the hyper star ranked only 58th on McAfee's list. Either Klum's fans are just more internet illiterate and susceptible to internet scams, or Lady Gaga's fans are too busy idolizing their Mama Monster to bother launching viruses into the dark corners of the web.
Anyway, the real point of all of this is that McAfee would like you to please download their antivirus software and I'd like you to know that if you're looking for clean Klum content, you'll be safe on TFS.