According to computer security company McAfee, searches for Heidi Klum will turn up the malicious software more so than searches for any other celebrity they studied.
Experts say computer hackers routinely weave attack commands into photos, videos and other content connected to famous people who are likely to be the subject of searches for racy photos.
McAfee says searches using Klum's name and other qualifiers such as "hot pictures," "screensavers" and "`free' downloads"
Second on the list is Cameron Diaz. She's followed by Piers Morgan, Jessica Biel and Katherine Heigl, Mila Kunis, Anna Paquin, Adriana Lima and Scarlett Johansson. In a three-way tie for 10th place are Emma Stone, Brad Pitt and Rachel McAdams.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.