Lily Collins Is Most 'Dangerous' Cyber Search
Lily Collins has been named the riskiest celebrity to look up online.
The actress, whose films include The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones and Mirror, Mirror, has replaced Harry Potter star Emma Watson, who previously held the title awarded by security company McAfee.
Online searches for Collins' name along with the words "free app download" or "nude pictures" result in more links to "risky" websites than any other celebrity, according to the firm.
Collins, the daughter of Phil Collins, tops a string of figures whose names are most likely to link to a website that has tested positive for threats such as spyware and viruses.
Second on that list is singer Avril Lavigne, followed by Speed and Crash star Sandra Bullock.
American actor Jon Hamm, who starred in Bridesmaids, was the only male celebrity in the top 10, according to the study.
McAfee's Raj Samani said: "We have got used to accessing the latest gossip and pictures of our favourite celebrities on demand.
"But we need to remember that cyber-criminals take advantage of the latest cultural trends, new movies and hit TV shows to target unsuspecting consumers seeking more information.
"These criminals want to lure us to unsafe sites that can severely infect computers and devices and even steal personal data."
The top 10 "dangerous" celebrities this year are:
1. Lily Collins
2. Avril Lavigne
3. Sandra Bullock
4. Kathy Griffin
5. Zoe Saldana
6. Katy Perry
7. Britney Spears
8. Jon Hamm
9. Rita Ora
10. Adriana Lima