If you are thinking of searching for the latest photos or information on "Jersey Shore"-star J-Woww, you might want to think again.

According to Internet security firm Barracuda Labs, 15 percent of all searches for "Jenni+ J-Woww" lead to directly to malware.

That would make the artist formerly-known as Jennifer Farley the second most dangerous search term on the Internet, trailing only "music + videos," which will connect you to malware 17 percent of the time.  Finally, proof that Jersey Shore is bad for us.

Other search terms that you should watch out for, according to Barracuda Labs, include "Mortgage," "NFL,"  "credit + score" and "Barack + Obama."

[via Fast Company]