McAfee said Sunday that Klum replaced Cameron Diaz atop its annual list of "Most Dangerous Celebrities," which ranks the celebrity names most likely to convince Web surfers to click on a malicious spam message.
Searching for news or images of Klum carries a 9-percent chance of landing on a site loaded with spyware or some other harmful file, McAfee said in a written statement.
The most notable showing came from CNN host Piers Morgan, who not only broke into the top 10 this year but also placed third, making him the highest-ranked male celebrity.
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