#RiskyCeleb Twitter Contest: Win a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet from @McAfeeConsumer

The 2013 Most Dangerous Celebrities list, released on September 17, found that for the 7th year in a row, female celebrities are far more dangerous than their male counterparts. Actress Lily Collins (daughter of rock legend, Phil Collins) topped the list as the “Most Dangerous Celebrity,” with 14.5% of searches for her name landing users on a malicious website. Only three men made the Top 20 this year–Mad Men’s Jon Hamm (no. 8), Justin Timberlake (no. 12), and Grey’s Anatomy’s Patrick Dempsey (no. 13). Additionally, musicians seem to be particularly dangerous to search, with 17 making their way onto this year’s Top 50 list.

In order to continue to promote safe celebrity searching, McAfee will be running a Retweet To Win contest with our Twitter audience over the next couple of weeks. Winners will receive a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 16G Tablet and a 1-year subscription to McAfee LiveSafe™service. All…

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