Report: Jersey Shore's J-Woww bad for computer health

Jenni "J-Woww" Farley of MTV's hit reality TV show "Jersey Shore" could be spreading viruses, according to a recent web security report.An annual security report

EDISON - Jenni "J-Woww" Farley of MTV's hit reality TV show "Jersey Shore" could be spreading viruses, according to a recent web security report.

An annual security report released by Barracuda Labs says "Jenni J-Woww" is among the world's most dangerous search terms on the Internet. Many of the results containing her name apparently lead to malware or computer viruses, according to the report.

Other search terms the research shows could cause computer problems are "credit score" and "Rex Ryan."

Barracuda Labs

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