Thank you for the heads up!!!!
We are web developers and creaters. If you received some kind of important email and they want to click the button then before clicking, always hover over it and check the links
I haven’t received this kind of e-mails (yet?), but it’s good to know.
Keep calm and always avoid clicking links in e-mail messages – just log in manually into your Envato account via (any of the) Envato website(s) and check your account settings – all important information, changes, and notifications are available at the author dashboard or in the Forums.
And also be sure to subscribe to notes.envato.com
Aaaaand, that’s it!
- If I (or somebody else) change e-mail address to new one, Envato blocks any attempts to change sensitive data for several hours (for example, 12 or 24 hours) and send message to old e-mail address with special link which allows temporarily block access to account.
- If I (or somebody else) change sensitive data (remove item, change password, withdrawal details, etc.), Envato can send message to current e-mail address with special link to confirm the action.
I use the NoScript FireFox Plugin when browsing sites:https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/noscript/
Best and simplest idea would be to redirect users from any email, to their Envato profile page, let’s say authors. When clicking an article, in an email, open an iframe, with the Envato header, profile shortcuts, etc etc, and bellow it, the content. Somewhat like marketplace item switchers!