Popular live video streaming site UStream may have been compromised by hackers. Visiting the site using Google’s Chrome browser, we’re seeing:
Similarly in Firefox, we’re seeing:
Apparently, Apple’s Safari sees no problems:
Google’s search results are displaying it as if it contains malware:
Google is apparently on the case. As one Twitter use points out, Apple’s WWDC starts today, and some are no doubt hopeful to catch some stream of the keynote on Ustream:
@brianmmonroe I think that’s enough for people to start digging in to see what’s going on–thanks!
Even simply searching Twitter for more info about this, Chrome displays another message:
Apparently whatever the perceived threat is, it transcends the Ustream site itself, into media being shared through social networks.
Update: Looks like the browsers have lifted their messages (and even Safari started showing one at one point), but we’re still seeing the message from Google in the search results.
Matt Cutts did tweet:
@brianmmonroe looks like they were already looking into it. But the warning is cleared for me now.