It seems that Flickr and GetDPI are no more playing nicely together :
I'm now getting a strong phishing alert each time I'm trying to view the full size of pictures stored at Flickr. This with any picture of anybody.
I got that first while using an iPad and Safari (last version of IOS and Safari). I thought may be it was due to the fact that the iPad tries to launch the Flickr app from inside the browser.
Problem with iPad and Safari by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
I clicked on the link saying "Announce an error" and then was brought to a page with a google logo !! why ? is there any link between the forum and google ? is the forum a Google group ?
Sans titre by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
Thinking the problem was related to the iPad, I tried opening full sized Flickr images from my desktop (Window 10 and Firefox last version, with Norton AV installed).
Here is what I get :
Problem with link to Flickr in GetDPI by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
Question : am I the only one getting those warnings ? Are there any known vulnerabilities known with Flickr pages ? is it safe to bypass that alert ? Is it just the result of a war between the big internet players ?
Thanks for sharing your experiences in this matter.