Riskiest Celebrity Names to Click On: Who Made the List?

1 - Riskiest Celebrity Names to Click On: Who Made the List?
2 - Amy Schumer Takes the No. 1 Spot
3 - Silly With Comedians
4 - Justin Bieber Attracts Trouble
5 - Singing the Blues
6 - Carson Daly Talks His Way Onto the List
7 - Late Night Risks
8 - Will Smith in a Dead Heat With Carson Daly
9 - What's Her Name?
10 - She Came In Like a Wrecking Ball
11 - Talking Dangerous
12 - Tosh.Malware
13 - More Dangerous Than "Barney"
14 - She Is Who She Is
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Riskiest Celebrity Names to Click On: Who Made the List?

When you search on celebrities' names and click, consider the security risks. Amy Schumer and Justin Bieber top Intel Security's list of most dangerous names to click on.

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Amy Schumer Takes the No. 1 Spot

According to Intel's numbers, consumers have a 16.11 percent chance of hitting on a site loaded with malware that can steal passwords and personal data when they search for her online, and a 33 percent chance when they search "Amy Schumer Torrent." She took over from electronic dance music DJ Armin van Buuren, who was at the top of the 2015 list.

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Silly With Comedians

There was a broad range of comedians on the list, including Kevin Hart at No. 25, Mindy Kaling at 30, Kristen Wiig (pictured) at 52 and Ellen DeGeneres at 57.

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Justin Bieber Attracts Trouble

The pop singer, who has had his share of controversy, comes in at No. 2, with fans having a 15 percent chance of hitting on a malware-laden site when searching online.

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Singing the Blues

Bieber was far from the only singer to make the dangerous celebrities list. There were others in the top 10, and lower on the list were the likes of Drake at No. 13, Katy Perry at No. 14, Justin Timberlake (pictured) at No. 17, Lady Gaga at No. 19 and Beyonce at No. 28.

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Carson Daly Talks His Way Onto the List

The host on NBC's "Today" morning show and "The Voice" reality TV series finds himself at No. 3 on the list, where consumers are at a 13.44 percent risk of infection.

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Late Night Risks

Daly wasn't the only night-time TV host to make the list. Others include Seth Meyers at No. 11, James Corden (pictured) and his popular "Carpool Karaoke" at No. 23, John Oliver at No. 24 and Jimmy Kimmel (who was No. 1 two years ago) now at No. 32.

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Will Smith in a Dead Heat With Carson Daly

Like the TV host, movie star Will Smith, most recently seen in "Suicide Squad," came in with a 13.44 percent malware risk.

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What's Her Name?

It's Rihanna, and the singer, who has a string of top hits, reached No. 5 on the Intel Security list, with fans facing a 13.33 percent risk of getting infected with malware.

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She Came In Like a Wrecking Ball

Singer Miley Cyrus seems to live by the belief that there's no such thing as bad publicity. In that vein, she's sitting at No. 6, with a 12.67 percent risk for those surfing the web for her.

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Talking Dangerous

Those searching online for comedian and actor Chris Hardwick, who also is a businessman (CEO of Nerdist Industries) and talk show host ("Talking Dead"), have a 12.56 percent chance of being directed to a website loaded with malware.

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Tosh.Malware

Daniel Tosh—producer, actor, TV host and No. 8 on Intel Security's list of dangerous celebrities. Those searching for him online face an 11.56 percent chance of hitting on a malware-infected site.

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More Dangerous Than "Barney"

Selena Gomez, the singer and actress who got her start as a child in the TV show "Barney and Friends," is now a regular in the gossip columns and No. 9 on the Intel list, coming in with an 11.11 percent risk for consumers searching for her online.

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She Is Who She Is

And she is singer and rapper Kesha, who like Selena Gomez made the top 10 on Intel's list with a risk factor of 11.11 percent.

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