The actress was bestowed this year's (dis)honor by Internet security firm McAfee because searching for pictures and downloads of the star on the Web can lead to "a 14.5% chance of landing on a website that has tested positive for online threats, such as spyware, adware, spam, phishing,
So, basically, that's just another reason for you to visit us via latimes.com rather than
The "Mirror Mirror" star is currently staking her claim to fame as a Shadowhunter-in-the-making named Clary in the first film adaptation based on Cassandra Clare's young-adult series. Her popularity as well as other stars' is capitalized on by cybercriminals to get fans to download harmful content.
The daughter of musician Phil Collins replaces "Harry Potter" alum
Instead, spots 2 through 10 go to rocker Avril Lavigne (12.7%), Oscar winner
With Hamm being the only male in the top 10, the study revealed that women are more dangerous than men. Crooner
Follow Ministry of Gossip @LATcelebs.