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accepted How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
You might be right. I use xmarks, pocket and lastpass. Your solution (Raspberry PI) would work but is not usable for me.
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
1) Pingback could be. I use 7 plugins. 2) could be... maybe proxy?. 3) I use xmarks and lastpass on Firefox. Urls are remebered by Firefox so they are stored in xmarks and/or Firefox..
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
No, there were no other attempts. I use the blog ocasionally as I store there some PowerShell code ideas and base scripts. I only log in for private posts.
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
I posted an screenshot of logs from March to today. Reviewing all the logs I see zero attempts to guess wp_login.php or guessing urls like pencil, paper, etc.
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
Interesting. What I see from the 404 logs is that I have few guess attempts and surprisingly no failed wp_login.php 404s...
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
Exactly @TTT, and scares me. 404 logs show me usual attempts. Last "attack" on 6th of May an IP tried from /blog/?author=2 to /blog/?author=10 (all of them 404). But absolutely not attempts to guess login page. I wiill update question with this...
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
Javascript prevents me to test it from browser. It forces me to use a password. I don't have Fiddler here...
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
@PMARINA, if someone had a keylogger at my pc they would have the password. I only have logged from home and work (in the uncommon situation I had to log from a public place I would use VPN). Suspiciously both times I had recently logged in from work so I suspect it could be the proxy logs...
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
@dakre18 There is nothing in the blog to link login page. In fact I use paper/pencil names to remember it...
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comment How bot(s) have guessed my wordpress login page?
Shouldn't a dictionary attack have several attempts? (Many)
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