Many congratulationsto the following authors who took part in our Envato’s Most Wanted event where we invited authors to submit Signage to GraphicRiver for a cut of the $1000 bounty:
After this week’s security breach and account compromise on Tuts+ Premium, we have now completed patching the service to no longer store passwords in cleartext.
Yesterday I posted up about the patch we’re working on to bring back the Tuts+ Premium service with better security measures, as well as our other responses to the situation, including a one month refund and two months free access.
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Update: Tuts+ Premium Back Online and Patched Yesterday I posted here on Notes about a security breach and compromise of account details on the Tuts+ Premium service.
Elite AudioJungle author Tim McMorris just seems to be getting more and more popular.
Update #3: Free Access Information Update #2: Tuts+ Premium Back Online and Patched Update #1: More Info, Refunds, Free Access Today we learned that the Tuts+ Premium server was compromised, and sensitive data including email addresses and passwords were accessed before we were able to detect and stop the unauthorized intrusion.
Living in the south-east of the UK, going to school, blog writing for ten companies, and waiting for a great idea to pop into his mind.
Recently, Brian Hamilton drew our attention to the shout-out on Tom Cruise’s blog about how great a tool VideoHive is for making a web series film.