Administrator panel compromises are one of the most common attacks that everyday WordPress website admins face. We work with thousands of clients who have encountered attacks on their websites and I’ve long ago lost count of the number of times that I’ve told clients that the point of entry was their WordPress login page. Brute force attacks and compromised administrator users are overwhelmingly the most common attack vectors for the CMS platform, which as of 2022 makes up over 40% of the entire web.
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