Internet security provider AVG ranks which U.S. cities are most vulnerable to online threats like identity theft and email security breaches using a survey of 8,000 Internet users in 35 cities.
19. Memphis, Tenn.
9. Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, Wash.
16. San Jose, Calif.
14. St. Louis
12. Portland, Ore.
11. Salt Lake City
10. Sacramento, Calif.
9. Washington, D.C.
6. Charlotte, N.C.
5. Oklahoma City
2. Tampa, Fla.
1. San Antonio
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