McAfee's "Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrity" for 2014 was revealed and in the number one spot was late night comedian, Jimmy Kimmel.

Jimmy Kimmel confirmed that he made the number one spot as McAfee’s “Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrity” on his nightly show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and was perfectly fine with the idea of being the most dangerous man in the world.

Kimmel joked about it saying, “The only other male celebrity to wind up number one was Brad Pitt in 2008, so it’s just one more thing Brad Pitt and I have in common. The price of being sexy, I guess”.

If you search Kimmel’s name, there is a one in five chance that you will land on a malicious website. McAfee’s Gary Davis has stated, “Most consumers are completely unaware of the security risks that exist when searching for celebrity and entertainment news, images and videos online, sacrificing safety for immediacy”.

Other celebrities in the top 50 include Jimmy Fallon, Adam Sandler, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lopez.

The top ten list of celebs to search that could result in a virus are:

1. Jimmy Kimmel at 19.38%

2. Armin van Buuren at 19.33%

3. Ciara at 19.31%

4. Flo Rida at 18.89%

5. Bruce Springsteen at 18.82%

6. Blake Shelton at 18.47%

7. Britney Spears at 18.19%

8. Jon Bon Jovi at 17.64%

9. Chelsea Handler at 17.22%

10. Christina Aguilera at 16.67%