Hi everyone, these were removed as part of our buyer services changes announced earlier this month. There’s a section titled “API / Screenscraper Changes From the Fee Structure Change” in the blog post for authors at http://marketblog.envato.com/news/buyer-services/. Hope this helps!
Can you consider creating separate posts for :
Themes yet to offer a secure update Themes already offering a secure update
As those try searching theme name (using search option) hurriedly directly by opening above links in separate window, instead of scrolling may get confused by getting theme name under both (and also do not notice that these are ids on same page not separate pages )http://marketblog.envato.com/general/affected-themes/#unsecure
http://marketblog.envato.com/general/affected-themes/#secure Ignore if I was the only dumb
@tansh separate posts isn’t an option unfortunately, but I’ve italicised the themes already offering a secure update so hopefully that helps distinguish them
natman saidEnvato asking for credit card informations on an unsecured(http) page ??
Yep, that’s exactly right. The button links to this page
Credit card info has always been encrypted with the connection that we make from the front-end to the payment gateway, it may not have been obvious . If you have a look at Network traffic, you can see that the data is exchanged over HTTPS. Also the full page is SSL encrypted since yesterday, as additional security. Hope this helps clarify!
To the people requesting to offer their own installation services on Envato Studio, we’d love for you to do that! With the current implementation it’s not possible to direct who a job goes to from the post-purchase call to action to install with Envato Studio. But you could absolutely put a link to your own service on Studio directly on your item page. As an added bonus, we just launched our own affiliate program! So you could earn an extra 10% of referred customers first purchase. That would be sweet .That said, we’re not actively recruiting new providers at the moment (if you’re not already a service provider on Studio). But if you’ve got a proven track record here on ThemeForest send me a message via my profile and I’ll see if I can help you out.
Hi guys, Jords responded to this a couple of pages back. Adding a direct link from the “Install Theme” button isn’t in our immediate plans, but advertising your own Studio services from your item and/or profile pages and/or joining the Studio affiliate program are a couple of ways you can make it work for you today.
The list includes all themes that mention either Slider Revolution or Showbiz Pro in their item descriptions, even those that are already using patched versions of the plugin. We’re doing this so we cover a range of scenarios such as a buyer purchasing a now-updated theme back when it was still using a vulnerable version.
Hope that makes sense
We’ve just completed our investigations into the affected themes and disabled all of those that were still active and contained one of the older plugins.
We’ve also made a patched version of the plugin available for all buyers who bought a theme for which there is no update yet available. This can be downloaded directly from the plugin item page, so buyers no longer need to contact our support team.
Finally, we’ve updated our main blog post with more detail and updated the list of affected themes: