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List Of The Most Dangerous Australian Women Celebrities

List Of The Most Dangerous Australian Women Celebrities

With the number of recent high-profile cyber attacks on Australian businesses, online services, apps and even global tennis stars such as Rafael Nadal’s leaked medical records earlier this month, the news comes at a topical time and serves as a reminder to Australians to be very careful about what/who they search and click for online.

Aussie female trio, Rebel Wilson, Rose Byrne, and Delta Goodrem have been named by the 10th annual McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities study as the riskiest Australian names to search for online. Web searches on these celebrities result in the greatest potential for online threats, such as ransomware, spyware, adware, spam and other malware.

List Of The Most Dangerous Australian Women Celebrities
Rebel Wilson

This year, Rebel Wilson famously hit the headlines when she sued several women’s lifestyle magazines for allegedly lying about her age, name, and background, undoubtedly leading to increased searches in her name. Adding to this, the actress’s role in Valentine’s Day blockbuster How to Be Single and cameo appearance in cult comedy Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie have also contributed to her number one ranking. Further, Wilson’s often-controversial jokes and recent weight loss transformation attracted a great deal of public attention.

List Of The Most Dangerous Australian Women Celebrities
Rose Byrne

Tying in second place, Rose Byrne and Delta Goodrem followed next, both with a 10% risk. Fresh from two Hollywood blockbusters X-Men: Apocalypse and Bad Neighbours 2, it’s no surprise that Rose Byrne has climbed to the number two spot. News around her move to the theatre and return to Australia to film classic children’s tale Peter Rabbit has increased a number of online searches in her name. The birth of her first child Rocco earlier in the year also caught the attention of the public, as did her post-baby body.

List Of The Most Dangerous Australian Women Celebrities
Delta Goodrem

It has also been a big year for Delta Goodrem with the release of a new no.1 album Wings of the Wild, her return to the judging panel for hit reality TV series The Voice and the announcement of her new role in Australian drama House Husbands. Her recent blossoming romance with rugby union star Drew Mitchell has also seen her rise to the top of another kind of list: the hottest Wives and Girlfriends (WAGs) of the Australian Ruby Union team, The Wallabies.

Please find the top Australian and Global celebrities from this year’s study with the highest percentage of risk below:

Australian Results:

  • (1) Rebel Wilson – 10.5%
  • (=2) Rose Bryne – 10.0%
  • (=2) Delta Goodrem – 10.0%
  • (=4) Keith Urban – 9.67%
  • (=4) Dr. Chris Brown – 9.67%
  • (6) Sia – 9.33%
  • (7) Kylie Minogue – 9.22%
  • (8) Iggy Azalea – 8.56%
  • (=9) Margot Robbie – 8.44%
  • (=9) Liam Hemsworth – 8.44%
  • (=9) Joel Edgerton – 8.44%

List Of The Most Dangerous Australian Women CelebritiesGlobal Results:

  • (1) Amy Schumer – 16.11%
  • (2) Justin Bieber – 15.00%
  • (3) Carson Daly – 13.44%
  • (4) Will Smith – 13.44%
  • (5) Rihanna – 13.33%
  • (6) Miley Cyrus – 12.67%
  • (7) Chris Hardwick – 12.56%
  • (8) Daniel Tosh – 11.56%
  • (9) Selena Gomez – 11.11%
  • (10) Kesha – 11.11%

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Written by Frederique Bros

Frederique Bros is a contributor for Women Love Tech. Frederique, who launched the website, has more than ten years in multimedia, graphic and web design. Born in France, she lives in Sydney with her French Bulldog Oscar.

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