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"I am technologically -- I don't want to say challenged, because I can do all the basics, but I'm not into it," Carrie once told The Boot, concerning social media sites like Twitter. "Some people are into it, and they have fun with it and that's awesome. I'm glad people can find some happy by telling people what they had for lunch."
McAfee tabulated its list based on what famous names cyber-bullies use to lure unsuspecting people to sites infected with malicious cyber software. The 'Before He Cheats' singer is the only country singer on the list. 'Project Runway' host and supermodel Heidi Klum tops the female actress-dominated countdown. Mila Kunis, Katherine Heigl, Emma Stone, Cameron Diaz and Jessica Biel are among the Top 10.
Carrie's position on the list only yields a three percent risk factor when it comes to malicious websites, so country fans can breathe easy while they are surfing the web for the latest news on the singer. Although she doesn't have an official Twitter or Facebook account, Carrie regularly checks in with her fans through personal blogs hosted through her official fan club.
Click here to view Carrie's touring schedule, which includes the iHeartRadio concert extravaganza and an Oct. 4 performance at the Grand Ole Opry.