If you're the type of person who spends their day googling celebrities like Lily Collins, Avril Lavigne, Kathy Griffin, Katy Perry, Britney Spears, or Jon Hamm — or maybe even all of them, I don't know what you're into — then you might want to be careful, or at least install good virus protection. According to McAfee, Collins and the others are considered the "most dangerous" celebs on the Internet, meaning that searching her name or the names of the other celebs listed produces the most amount of spam and virus search results than other celebs.
It's strange that Lily Collins should top this list, seeing as her claims to fame are really only starring in the flop franchise The Mortal Instruments and being Phil Collins' daughter, but OK, we'll go with it.
McAfee advises, if you must continue to search for Lily Collins, to "be wary of links to free content or too-good-to-be-true offers," and "be extra cautious when searching on hot topics, which often lead to fake and malicious sites created by cybercriminals."
McAfee also points out that their virus software will totally protect you should you choose to live on the edge and keep searching for Lily Collins, but that's just because they're the ones who actually posted the list.
The top ten list, for the daredevils out there:
- Lily Collins
- Avril Lavigne
- Sandra Bullock
- Kathy Griffin
- Zoe Saldana
- Katy Perry
- Britney Spears
- Jon Hamm
- Adriana Lima
- Emma Roberts