Who's the most dangerous Olympian? You might be tempted to say one of the boxers - or maybe the archery team.
But online there is only one answer: Andy Murray.
According to McAfee, Britain's Olympic tennis champion is the most dangerous athlete to search for online.
Their investigation showed that searches for "Andy Murray videos" and "Andy Murray downloads" are the most likely of any British Olympian to turn up links to malware, viruses and other online nasties.
Criminals often use celebrity names or pictures to lure people to sites were they can be scammed. Clicking on those links can expose customers to dangerous software which can potentially capture credit card numbers, passwords and other valuable information.
Footballer Ryan Giggs was the second "most dangerous" British athlete online, McAfee said.
Gymnast Louis Smith was third, platform diver Tom Daley fourth and Mark Cavendish fifth.
"Other top athletes that are risky to search for include 100m dominator Usain Bolt, tennis player Novak Djokovic and swimmer Michael Phelps, highlighting the vast array of athletes targeted," McAfee said in a statement.
The security company recommends visiting only official sites to be sure you don't fall victim of a scam while trying to download a video of Murray's victory over Roger Federer to savour for all eternity.
"Cyber-crooks keep their finger on the pulse and adapt their scams to appeal to whatever we're most likely to be searching for," said CTO Raj Samani.
"Andy Murray has seen regular press attention in his battle to become a serious contender in his sport, so it's no surprise that the bad guys have taken advantage of his popularity ".