Lily Collins has ousted Emma Watson as the Internet's most dangerous celebrity. According to a new list published by cyber security titans McAfee, Collins qualifies as a threat, because searching for her name leads to a host of malware sites. In fact, Googling the Mirror Mirror actress runs you a 14.5% chance of stumbling upon one of these hazardous, booby-trapped corners of the web — more than any other star. Just like that, your creepy photo crawl for Phil Collins' daughter could spin into a living hell of spyware, computer worms, and trojan-clickers. And, while she's definitely risky, she's not alone.
Just behind her on the quarantined list are Avril Lavigne, Sandra Bullock, Kathy Griffin, and Zoe Saldana. Interestingly, the only male included in McAfee's most dangerous top 10 is Jon Hamm, which he might regard as a kind of perverse honor. Bad news for Katy Perry and Britney Spears fans: Watch which sites you browse to find scoop on your favorite performers. One wrong click, and you just might end up putting your computer in the grave.