McAfee Study Names Jann Arden As The Most Dangerous Canadian Celebrity

McAfee’s annual Most Dangerous Celebrity study found this year’s most dangerous Canadian celebrity is singer-songwriter Jann Arden. Arden supplanted Shawn Mendes who topped last year’s list. The Most Dangerous Celebrity study, which is in its twelfth year, reveals the celebrities who generate the riskiest search results that could expose fans to malicious websites.

This year’s list of dangerous Canadian celebrities includes:

Position Celebrity
1 Jann Arden
2 Cobie Smulders
3 Carrie-Anne Moss
4 Ellen Page
5 Evangeline Lilly
6 Rachel McAdams
7 Neve Campbell
8 Avril Lavigne
9 Celine Dion
10 Pamela Anderson


Half of the celebrities in the top ten have appeared in superhero movies, including The Avengers’ Cobie Smulders (No. 2), Carrie-Anne Moss of Jessica Jones (No. 3), Ellen Page, who appeared in X-Men: The Last Stand (No. 4), and Evangeline Lilly of Ant-Man and the Wasp (No. 5).

McAfee offered tips on how consumers can search for news on their favourite celebrities more safely.

How to Search Safely

  • Be careful what you click. Users looking for a sneak-peek of Jann Arden’s upcoming CTV mockumentary series Jannshould be cautious and only download directly from a reliable source. The safest thing to do is to wait for the official release instead of visiting a third-party website that could contain malware.
  • Apply system and application updates as soon as they are available. Very often the operating system and application updates include security fixes. Applying updates is an important step to help ensure devices stay protected.
  • Browse with security protection. McAfee Total Protection is a comprehensive security solution that can help keep devices protected against malware, phishing attacks, and other threats. It includes McAfee WebAdvisor which can help protect against going to malicious websites.
  • Use parental control software. Kids are fans of celebrities too, so ensure that limits are set on the child’s device and use software that can help minimize exposure to potentially malicious or inappropriate websites.



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