KATIE Price has been named the UKs 'most dangerous celebrity in cyberspace by internet security analysts. Fans scouring the web for the latest gossip on the former glamour models relationship with cage fighter Alex Reid have a one in six chance of clicking on a 'risky website, a survey found. In contrast her mild-mannered, ex-partner Peter Andre has been left far down the target list for cybercriminals. He sits in fourteenth position, with online users facing just a one in 20 chance of clicking on something risky. Such sites use celebrities names and images to lure surfers searching for the latest stories and screensavers to sites offering downloads laden with malware. Spyware can be used to collect information about users without their knowledge, or infiltrate their computers with viruses, with the goal of making money and committing ID theft. Jude Law, who was last month revealed to be fathering a child with actress and model Samantha Burke, had the second highest percentage of related websites targeted by cybercrooks. Computer protection company McAfee looked at popular search engines such as Google and Yahoo in assessing the risk by clicking on celebrity-related website links. It found 16.3 per cent of Price-related websites/web-links had some sort of risky content attached. McAfees principal security analyst Greg Day said: 'Week-in-week-out, we see online scams linked in to dodgy emails, websites and Twitter updates, which are closely linked to the latest celebrity gossip and high-profile news stories. Supermodel Kate Moss was also a popular choice, coming in at 4th, with party pal Lily Allen trailing eight places behind her. Victoria Beckhams new role on American Idol and her husband Davids fall out with LA Galaxy fans ensured the couple both scored top five positions, despite now living on the other side of the Atlantic. DM