Raleigh has a malware infection rate 125 percent higher than the national average, coming in 12th on a list of the 35 U.S. cities with the highest rates per capita. Atlanta was 5th with a rate 320 percent higher than the national average, according to data from ESG, derived from their Spy-Hunter anti-spyware programs.

Computers in Tampa, Orlando, and St. Louis are more likely than computers in any other city to be infected with malware, the report says. The same cities topped the list last year.

“There could be a number of factors including the demographics of the area, how widespread PC usage is (versus Mac or mobile devices), we’ve even seen weather play a role in infections from time to time,” said ESG spokesperson Ryan Gerding. “The important thing is that people in these cities, and everywhere else for that matter, need to always remain vigilant against malware, spyware, and other nefarious online activity.”

Top US Cities with the Highest Per Capita Malware Infection Rates in 2016

Tampa 540% higher than the national average
Orlando 525% higher than the national average
St. Louis 520% higher
Denver 407% higher
Atlanta 370% higher
Newark 322% higher
Madison, Wisconsin 272% higher
Washington, DC 242% higher
Cleveland 213% higher
Cincinnati 194% higher
Minneapolis 129% higher
Raleigh 125% higher
Irvine, CA 121% higher
Miami 109% higher
Buffalo 99% higher
Las Vegas 90% higher
Pittsburgh 83% higher
Boise 81.26% higher
Greensboro 67% higher
Seattle 61% higher
Boston 58% higher
Dallas 47% higher
Columbus 46% higher
Milwaukee 38% higher
Norfolk, VA 36% higher
Phoenix 32% higher
Portland 28% higher
Austin, TX 19% higher
Honolulu 19% higher
Baltimore 18% higher
Birmingham, AL 13% higher
Baton Rouge 11% higher
Sacramento 10% higher
Colorado Springs 7% higher
San Jose, CA 4% higher