Article: Robert Pattinson Examiner: Searching for Robert Pattinson? Don’t worry – you’re safe!

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From Robert Pattinson Examiner:

Well ladies (and the select few gentlemen), Google your hearts out. It’s officially safe to search for Robert Pattinson.

Each year McAfee releases its list of celebrities whose searches pose the most threats to computers. This year there’s a pretty good spread of Hollywood players whose searches are returning all sorts of malicious things for computers.

Coming in at the top of the list is Jessica Biel. Beyoncé, Jennifer Aniston, Tom Brady, and Jessica Simpson all came in next on the list. When McAfee conducted Internet searches for these celebs, spyware, trojan viruses, malware, and other potential threats were found in a large number of the results. It would seem that the more famous a person is and the more talked about they are in the media, the easier it becomes for hackers to use their names as a way to distribute their dangerous computer ailments.

Rob came in 30th on the list, with far less risks associated with his searches. It would seem that although his fame has skyrocketed since the big screen birth of Twilight he’s managed to keep himself in the Internet-friendly search bracket.

Rob’s co-star, Kristen Stewart came in 20th on the list.

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