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In the last hour, the three top hits to my server that result in 404s are: /wp-login.php /404testpage4525d2fdc /404javascript.js from Ukraine and Honduras allegedly. I don't use Wordpress, I never have used it on my site, and that's why a 404 was sent, but it doesn't mean I was targeted in any way, simply someone just trying out various requests. No ...


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Whatever you said is a kind of server or instance hardening. And the scenario that you are saying is basically a probing, not an attack. And you can't stop probing anyways. Keep in mind one thing, if it's a public hosted website then sooner or later attacker will probe your site anyways. It's not only your site, every available site of their interest; they ...


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Although you don't provide this level of detail in your question I'll assume that the WordPress sites you host are publicly accessible and that they either have their own domain name or that they are linked from somewhere else. What you might see then is not that an attacker specifically attacking your IP address, but an attacker addressing lots of publicly ...


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