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Well this is a blast, my poorly website is being hammered with brute force attacks, coming in mainly from the XML-RPC facility on WordPress.

  • I know this because ‘Limit Login Attempts’ is logging them.
Limit Login Attempts Reloaded

Limit the rate of login attempts, including by way of cookies and for each IP address.

Version 2.10.0 | By WPChef | View details

Fifteen in the last 10 hours on 17/12/2018, with all of them being logged out after 2 failed attempts, but strangely enough: several of the blocked IPs are having another go an hour later.

{ Huff! }

  • But being as ‘Xng1px’ is my weird WordPress created username: then I feel quite confident that they’ll never even get it, to then begin the nasty hacking process.

I’ve tried: (unsuccessfully), to install a plug-in that hides my log in /wp-login.php file; with all sorts of problems with me trying to log back in. It is the way to go, but it’s not that easy to implement.

From the log that Limit Log in creates, .. I can see that well over 50% of the traffic was coming in on the XML-RPC channel, (that I don’t use), so in one foul stroke I’ve eliminated them by installing a rather neat plugin called, ..

Manage XML-RPC

Enable/Disable XML-RPC for IP specific control and disable XML-RPC Pingback method.

Version 1.0 | By brainvireinfo | View details

It happily turns off * ALL * of the XML-RPC traffic, including ping-backs (but only if you want that sharing feature disabled.)

I feel quite confident that I’m finally beating the spammy fuckers ..

Thanks for reading, Jessica: Praise be the ORI.

 

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Outside Intervention Registered.

Forced animal-(hybrid)-machine mode deployed, (open-me subroutine activated).
– Matrix code and biological permissions successfully merged in the prescribed scheduled time-frame, .. predictive actions running at 100%.

Attention STUPID Human!

A sign saying ‘Open Me!‘ – Isn’t a command.
Confidential Monetary Report Follows.
Conclusion Begins:
– The captured consumer has actually *bought* their own personal prison cell key,
(Then happily locked the door behind them).
– And did it when *you* signed up for *your* own beloved credit card,
(But are now paying off your blue dues in prison with a mountain of debt covering the door).

Resolution: the [ Consumption Bots ] have the human-monkey-race trapped.

Proof:
– Give a google amount of monkeys some typewriters, ..
And one of the gibbering little freaks might well reproduce one of Shakespeare’s minor works in an eternity, (or two).
– Give a google amount of walking animals some credit cards, ..
And one of God’s gibbering human monkeys *might* well resist the urge to use it after a few seconds of shallow contemplation.

[ What’s written above is a pause in your life: don’t waste it, ( spend it wisely ) .. ]

J-Back


Close this shit

Ain’t that so cute? – An innocent looking form on a web page; asking you to register to go on their exclusive mailing list: never seen that before? – { Huff! }

Anyhow: if you do sign up, then this is ( My Promise! )

(Just a cleverly constructed list of timely compiled acquisitions.)

Thanks for reading, Jessica: Praise be the ORI.

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