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A lot of brute-force attacks are performed on WordPress websites without you probably noticed it. These attacks are performed by computer programs and consists to try every possible password until to find the correct one. If you use a popular password such as "123456" or "qwerty" it's very easy to access your website through a brute force attack.
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