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A recent article from WP Tavern on what the WP community thinks about Themeforest encouraged me to write about why I no longer use it for themes.
Themeforest is a massive marketplace for all types of designs for websites, including static HTML/CSS templates and themes for the major content management systems. With the immense popularity of WordPress, the WordPress section of Themeforest is understandably the most popular. WordPress users can grab all types of themes, ranging from all-purpose/general themes to niche themes, such as themes for photographers and churches.
For new and novice WordPress users, Themeforest seems to be a gold mine. Why wouldn’t it? It’s got thousands of themes that look nice and even incorporate all types of functionality. This means that many users can grab a theme that meets most, if not all, of their needs. I admit that I loved Themeforest when I first started learning WordPress but that was before I got into development and became knowledgeable. I now know from experience that Themeforest is loaded with mostly poor quality themes that sell because people love all the flashy…
A Russian malware called SoakSoak has infected over 100,000 WordPress sites since this Sunday, turning blogs into attack platforms. It’s a potential shitshow, and it could’ve been prevented earlier this fall.
Google has already blocked 11,000 domains to try to curb the damage. According to security firm Sucuri, the malware uses a vulnerability in a slideshow plug-in called Slider Revolution. The Slider Revolution team have fixed it with updates. The problem is that the old,vulnerable version of the plug-in is still bundled with WordPress themes, so lots of sites are still using the wrong version.
Researchers at Sucuri are warning that it’ll be hard to completely eradicate the malware as long as so many site owners don’t know it’s there. In addition to removing the malicious code, they will need to update the premium plug-in. If the plug-in came as part of a theme, it won’t update automatically. That means site admins will have to manually update if the theme package isn’t updated.
Gaming site Dulfy was one of first infected domains to fix the problem by removing code and going behind a firewall, but it may persist on blogs with less diligent administrators indefinitely. And Dulfy’s admin isn’t sure…