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So what happened was I recently registered a domain name that I liked for a side project that will allow me to build on my expertise and experience in building therapy businesses and scaling, and what I tend to do is to buy the domain first and then put it into WordPress and toy and refine the idea until I've solidified my thinking and confirmed that it's something I want to do for next 2-5 years.
But interestingly enough, within 1 day of making this small project live, I have someone who is already systematically trying to break through my WordPress login access.
It's both annoying and intriguing at the same time.
On one hand, it does feel that the idea seems good and that someone trying to illegally break in may seem to validate this potential project for me.
On the other hand, it is scary and annoying. The person seems to be systematically testing different names and passwords in order to figure out my login and password, and me getting these reports shows it.
I don't like it, eventhough it may seem a little validating.
This is what I don't like about WordPress – the security isn't as good as Solo Build It, which I compared in an article here. And that makes up part of the reason why Solo Build It is still my #1 recommendation, which is my SBI sites are almost always higher in organic traffic and leads/sales generation.
At this point in writing, there has already been 16 attempts within a 24 hour window. By time this article goes live, it's probably going to be much, much more.
I NEVER face such problems with my Solo Build It sites. Security in SBI is much tougher, harder, and stable. I may just port this project to SBI instead.
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