When you're searching online for the latest celebrity dish, free music downloads or red carpet photos, you might get more than you bargained for -- like a computer virus.
Hackers capitalize on fans' fervor for their favorite celebrities by peppering search results with links to sites that serve up malicious software that can infect devices and steal personal data. Intel Security's 2015 Most Dangerous Celebrities list puts EDM (electronic dance music) D.J. Armin van Buuren at the top of the cyber-crime charts.
Van Burren unseats last year's most dangerous celebrity, Jimmy Kimmel (now at #26). Nearly one in five search results for his name lands on a malicious site.
Here, van Buuren performs at Olympiysky Sports Complex on September 27, 2014 in Moscow, Russia.
2. Luke Bryan
Luke Bryan, shown here accepting the award for Entertainer of the Year during the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards on April 19, 2015, takes the second spot on the list. Musicians are ripe targets for cyberattackers because people searching their names are often looking for free songs, which they're willing to download from less than reputable sites.
Bad guys often use the terms "free mp3," "HD download" or "torrent" to entice people to download a seemingly-legitimate file that is, in reality, malicious, according to Intel consumer security specialist Gary Davis.
One in six links turned up in searches for Usher puts web surfers at risk of phishing scams, spyware, spam, viruses and other malware.
In this photo, the musician attends the 53rd New York Film Festival premiere of "The Martian" at Alice Tully Hall on September 27, 2015 in New York City.
4. Britney Spears
Britney Spears has the dubious honor of moving up three spots, from #7 on last year's Intel list.
Here she attends the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles.
Jay-Z is seen here performing on May 17, 2015 in New York City in a concert promoting his Tidal streaming service, launched earlier this year.
People searching for Jay-Z downloads online probably aren't among the 1,000,000 shelling out $10 or $20 a month for Tidal subscriptions. And you get what you pay for: Jay-Z searches carry a nearly 16 percent chance of cyber badness.
6. Katy Perry
Nearly 15 percent of link results in an online search for Katy Perry -- seen here at the Harper's BAZAAR ICONS event during Fashion Week on September 17, 2015, in New York -- are dangerous.
7. Amy Schumer
Amy Schumer has had a great year. But with fame come complications. The comedian took on the issue of gun control after a gunman killed two people and wounded nine others in a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana during a July showing of her film "Trainwreck."
In a different kind of danger, almost 15 percent of search results for her name serve up malicious content of some sort.
In this photo, Schumer arrives at The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Governors Ball at the Los Angeles Convention Center on September 20, 2015.
8. Betty White
Actress Betty White speaks onstage during the 2015 TV Land Awards at Saban Theatre on April 11, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. Fourteen percent of links in searches for her name are dangerous, according to Intel.
Singer Lorde, shown here after the 2014 56th Grammy Awards, is the seventh musician in Intel's top ten most dangerous celebrities to search online.
10. Nina Dobrev
Nina Dobrev attends the Teen Choice Awards 2015 at the USC Galen Center on August 16, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
The actress announced this spring that she would leave her CW show "The Vampire Diaries" -- in which she has starred since 2009 alongside Intel dangerous celebrity #18 Paul Wesley -- after its 6th season. You could Google her to find out the backstory, but you'd have a better than 13 percent chance of clicking on a malicious link. (Better just to read it here on CBS News.)