Monday, July 8, 2013

What Jay-Z and Beyonce don't want to share with you.

jay z hackedThe list of top celebrities and important political figures keep growing as their financial information is being compromised.  Jay Z, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Donald Trump, Kim Kardashian, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck are among those unfortunate accounts.  This hacker posted detailed information about these VIP's giving up personal information and financial status.  The website in which all of the juicy info appeared with their social security numbers, mortgage amounts, credit card info, and other banking info available for the world to see.

The LAPD has already launched an investigation. The FBI is looking into it. - LAPD

They are giving viruses too

If you search for these celebrities watch out, they are giving out viruses too.  Cameron Diaz is the celebrity most likely to give you a computer virus.  You have a one in ten chance of stumbling upon these sites.  Here is a list of dangerous celebrities to research:

  1. Cameron Diaz - 19% of sites and screensavers were identified as malicious.

  2. Julia Roberts - 20% chance of downloading a photo or wallpaper burdened with malware.

  3. Jessica Biel - Last years Most Dangerous Celebrity to look up.

  4. Gisele Bundchen - Worlds highest paid supermodel, 15% results in spyware, malware or computer viruses.

  5. Brad Pitt - Files can put adware or spyware on your computer.

  6. Adriana Lima - Directs you to red-ranked sites.

  7. Jennifer Love Hewitt - Risky downloadable websites.

  8. Nicole Kidman - Take your chance if you want to but I wouldn't.

  9. Tom Cruise - After Knight and Day, he's trouble to look up.

  10. Heidi Klum - Cybercriminals used her to lure people to risky sites.

  11. Penelope Cruz - Be aware of red sites if you search for Penelope.

  12. Anna Paquin - Searching screensavers can lead you to tons of malware.
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[via:Buzzfeed, TMZ]

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