Kim Kardashian 'most unsafe celebrity to search online'

Ruby Rose at premiere of

Ruby Rose at premiere of"The Meg" in Hollywood

Searching for the latest news on Kim Kardashian-West, her sisters, or her response to Kanye West's Twitter rants, may leave your devices exposed to threats.

The 37-year-old has topped computer security company, McAfee's United Kingdom list of the most unsafe celebrities to search for online.

No other celebrity is more likely to land users on websites that carry viruses or malware. Adele was the highest ranked musician at number 21 followed by Shakira (number 27), 2017's top celebrity Avril Lavigne (number 30), Lady Gaga (number 35), Kehlani (number 47), Britney Spears (number 57), Ed Sheeran (number 74) and Diddy, who finished at number 9 in 2017, fell to number 76.

Kardashian replaces singer Craig David at the top of the annual list in the United Kingdom, with supermodel Naomi Campbell second, ahead of Kim's sister Kourtney Kardashian.

Reality TV star, Kristin Cavallari finished behind Ruby at No. 2, followed by French actress Marion Cotillard (No. 3) and the original "Wonder Woman" Lynda Carter (No.4).

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As for the American "most dangerous" list, actress, Ruby Rose, took the top spot.

"We live in a fast-paced world that's heavily influenced by pop culture where it's possible to pick and choose which entertainment options we prefer to enjoy from a variety of connected devices", Gary Davis, chief consumer security evangelist at McAfee, said in a statement.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was closely followed by Naomi Campbell and her older sis Kourtney Kardashian was the third most risky to stalk, er, we mean search. Well, McAfee warned that people should only stream stuff from reputable and reliable, paid-for sources, and that they should only click on news stories from sources that they trust.

To keep internet activity secure, Davis said users should avoid visiting third-party websites that could contain malware, apply operating system and application updates that may include security fixes, invest in security protection tools and use parental control software.

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