By Ian Bush

By Ian Bush

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It might not be Another Day in Paradise if you’re doing a web search for the daughter of one of the world’s biggest music stars.

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Hollywood is banking on Phil Collins’ daughter Lily to be the next big thing.

Apparently, so are computer criminals.

The anti-virus company McAfee says web searches for the ‘Mortal Instruments’ actress — more than any other celeb — are turning up results that might look legit, but instead take you to a page that could deliver a virus to your PC.

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Singer Avril Lavinge is #2 on the list; Sandra Bullock is third. John Hamm, the only guy in the top ten.

Malicious search results are a favorite way for hackers to find their way onto your hard drive.

Google, Bing, and McAfee offer free filters that alert you to compromised sites — though they’re not foolproof.


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