The most risky searches on the Internet
Some searches on the internet can bring many damages to the computer and not only to your computer but even you. So, a search such as “music lyrics” or "free", is a very risky action. Also, "free music downloads" get 20 percent of net users in contact with malicious software, known as "malware.".
Searches containing the words “free,” “music” and “download” present an increased risk of contacting harmful programs.
A report of antivirus software company, McAfee, has identified the most dangerous words you searched on the internet that would put users in the way of malware software.
The study examined 2600 words and five large popular search engines Google, Yahoo, Live, AOL and Ask - and analyzed the 413,000 web pages. "In the last year we witnessed a change in what we call malware," stated David DeWalt, president of McAfee. "It moved from a hacker in the basement to organized cyber crime, terrorism and other effective forms of organized attacks geopolitical.
The most risky are looking for: screensaver, free games, work from home, Olympics, videos, celebrities, music and news. And the most risky terms are: lyrics, myspace, free music downloads, Phelps, game cheats, puzzle, solitaire and free ringtones. Study shows how cybernetics criminals are increasingly and getting more sophisticated.
A final study estimate that anti-virus programs are following behind the development of online crime.