The Hong Kong .hk domain has jumped 28 places to the most dangerous domain to surf and search on the web according to security experts this week.
Antivirus firm McAfee said Hong Kong takes the mantle from Tokelau, a tiny island of 1,500 inhabitants in the South Pacific.
According to the vendor, 19.2 per cent of all web sites ending in the .hk domain pose a security threat to web users. China (.cn) is second this year with over 11 per cent.
By contrast Finland (.fi) remains the safest online destination for the second year with 0.05 per cent, followed by Japan (.jp).
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