Well, according to McAfee, online searches for the brunette actress pose the biggest risk of sending viruses and malware to users. Based on the company's findings, internet users have about a "14.5% chance of landing on a page that tested positive for spam, adware, spyware, viruses, or other malware."
Yikes—that's not exactly the top of a list that anyone wants to be on.
It appears that female celebs dominated the list as well, perhaps due to the fact that more people are searching for them.
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In fact, the only male to rank in the top ten was Mad Men hunk Jon Hamm.
Aside from the fact that all of these ladies are famous, it's hard to see the commonalities among them!
Emma Watson was given the top title in 2012 after research showed that there was a one-in-eight chance of landing on a malicious site while searching for her.
The Harry Potter actress was among a short list of ladies who didn't even rank in this year's list.
It seems that there's hope for Collins' most devoted fans yet!