Software security company McAfee just announced the most risky celeb in the world to search online in 2018 - and the not-so-prestigious title goes to Aussie actress Ruby Rose, who has knocked off Avril Lavigne from the top spot a year ago.
The list "measures how many search results featuring a celebrity's name contain links to potentially malicious websites used to install malware on computers", the London Evening Standard reports.
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).
Kristin Cavallari took the silver medal behind Rose - although her husband Jay Cutler was nowhere to be found on the "most dangerous" list.
"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", says Gary Davis, chief consumer security evangelist at McAfee.
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Past year the top spot went to Craig David.
If you do want to hop onto Bing and search for Ruby Rose, just make sure you're wary of clicking on suspicious looking links.
Kardashians also ranked high on McAfee's list, with Kourtney at 7, and sister Kim at 19.
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The cyber-security firm said the best way to stay safe online is to only stream videos from a reliable, paid-for source and to only click on news stories from trusted websites.
Along with watching what you click, McAfee also advises internet users keep their devices and software up to date with patches and use parental control software to protect kids.