Are currently the most "SEO poisoned" words to search on teh inernets, according to McAffee.

The people who push malware love to trap victims via search. Security companies refer to what they do as "SEO poisoning." They identify popular search terms, figure out which ones are likely to bring them suitable targets, and then optimize pages so engines like Google and Bing display their results on the first page — mixed in amongst the non-malicious pages you actually wanted to find.