WordPress blogs and more under global attack – check your passwords now!

An posting  from naked security about word-press   If you have a web service that supports remote users, you will know that malevolent login attempts are an everyday occurrence.

Even on my own home-hosted SSH server, listening unassumingly on an IP number on a DSL line, I’ve seen thousands of login attempts from dozens of different IP numbers in the course of a single day.

But hosting providers worldwide are reporting that they’ve been seeing systematic attempts, over the last 48 hours or so, to breach blogs and content management systems (CMSes) at well above average levels.


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