The top 10 should confirm what you likely already know: celebrities make great lures for cybercriminals to catch fans on sketchy pages, where passwords and other pieces of personal info can be theirs for the taking. "With this craving for real-time information, many search and click without considering potential security risks," said Gary Davis, an exec at Intel Security, which published the report using McAfee WebAdvisor ratings. "Cybercriminals know this and take advantage of this behavior by attempting to lead them to unsafe sites loaded with malware."
Intel also found this year that Schumer's peers -- including Kevin Hart (No. 25), Mindy Kaling (30), Kristen Wig (52), Chelsea Handler (54), and Ellen DeGeneres (57) -- grabbed a wide range of spots on the list, and that Bieber's tended to crowd together closer to the top: Drake (No. 13), Katy Perry (14), Justin Timberlake (17), Jennifer Lopez (18), Lady Gaga (19), Nicki Minaj (20), Iggy Azalea (27), Beyoncé (28), and Usher (29).