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Searching for “J-Woww” Is Hazardous To Your PC’s Health

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If you are thinking of searching for the latest photos or information on “Jersey Shore”-star J-Woww, you might want to think again.

According to Internet security firm Barracuda Labs, 15 percent of all searches for “Jenni+ J-Woww” lead to directly to malware.

That would make the artist formerly-known as Jennifer Farley the second most dangerous search term on the Internet, trailing only “music + videos,” which will connect you to malware 17 percent of the time.

Other search terms that you should watch out for, according to Barracuda Labs, include “Mortgage,” “NFL,” “credit + score” and “Barack + Obama.”

[via Fast Company]

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