According to a report, a cybersecurity firm has honoured the ' John Wick' actor with the tag, stating that no other celebrity was more likely to land users on websites that carry viruses or malware.
The company used its own site ratings to compile the celebrity list and used searches on Google, Bing and Yahoo.
The survey was performed as a means of highlighting the danger of clicking on suspicious links.
Rose, an actress and DJ, may have gotten a burst of online interest in the U.S. when she was named to play Batwoman on an upcoming television series.
Kristin Cavallari took the silver medal behind Rose - although her husband Jay Cutler was nowhere to be found on the "most dangerous" list.
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Watch out! On Tuesday, Cybersecurity firm McAfee crowned the 32-year-old star the most unsafe celebrity on the internet.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell came in second on the United Kingdom list while Kim's sister Kourtney Kardashian took out third place.
The Orange is the New Black star topped the list of celebrity names that turn up unrelated malicious websites and malware in their search results. Diddy, who finished at No. 9 in 2017, fell to No. 76.
For the 12th year, McAfee researched famous individuals to reveal the riskiest celebrity to search for online.