Hackers on Word Press??

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    Sunday…I posted a series of photographs….with a Title…and a quote…I received a comment from a friend along with several ‘likes’ from my followers. About 2 hours after the initial post….I noticed the Title had changed….when I looked further…the quote and even the comment had been changed….

    At first, I thought I was loosing my mind…because…the Title…the quote and even the comment….though they were different from the original text…they all seemed to fit well with the photographs.

    After a little while had passed…I again noticed….There was another NEW…Title, quote and different comment (even though it was the same person as posted the original comment) I freaked….and finally deleted the post…and made all of my previous posts PRIVATE…..changed my password and deleted my links to Facebook Twitter and Pinterest…. As of this writing…I have posted 2 new posts….and made public one of my old posts….in an effort to see if this mystery continues….so far all is well…. Has anyone else heard of this happening….and if so, can this type of activity be prevented in the future??? I am very nervous about using Word Press right now…any insight you may share would be GREATLY appreciated..

    The blog I need help with is ddfreeinkirkland.wordpress.com.


    Oh and one other thing……Once the original post was deleted….the ‘Likes’ were still showing….but again the title to the post had been changed to ‘Spam Test’….and today….the title only shows as ” ”



    And a link to the post in question…?


    Sorry..the post was deleted..Sunday evening…..the only link information I have left is the notice that was sent to my email account below….

    New post on ddfreeinkirkland

    the broad sameness…..
    by Kirsten Dinesen

    The great river-courses which have shaped the lives of men have hardly changed; and those other streams, the life-currents that ebb and flow in human hearts, pulsate to the same great needs, the same great loves and terrors. As our thought follows close in the slow wake of the dawn, we are impressed with the broad sameness of the human lot, which never alters in the main headings of its history–hunger and labour, seed-time and harvest, love and death.


    Kirsten Dinesen | August 4, 2012 at 9:09 am | Tags: Artist, Artistic Expression, creative photography, Lopez Island, Nature, poetic, Poetry | Categories: Art, Artist, Artistic Expression, British Columbia and the Great Pacific Northwest, Colours of Life, Experimental Photography | URL: http://wp.me/s2n8lx-2213
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