The Google Chrome browser on Sunday began to block popular Twitter photo sharing service TwitPic.
Users who attempted to log into the program were met with a message that identified the popular social platform as malware.
Both TwitPic and sites that rely on the TwitPic API were met with the malware message.
According to TwitPic it is trying to correct the issue. The company sent the following Tweet:
Working to fix the google chrome malware notice when visiting Twitpic.com as this is not true or the case, trying to contact google
— TwitPic (@TwitPic) December 30, 2012
You can follow the TwitPic Twitter account for updates on the issue.