Dear Fellow WordPress.com bloggers:
Within the past couple of days, an Anonymous poster has entered Comments regarding two of my blog entries, both of them “thanking me for the post.” The tone of both these comments suggests that I am sharing the work of somebody who chooses to remain anonymous. However, in both these cases, the pieces are my original material.
Has any one of you received anything similar, at your most recent blog posts? If so, could you please comment, using your own WordPress.com accounts, so that those of us receiving these can be identified by WordPress.com ?
Thank you, all!
Your fellow blogger, littlebarefeetblog.com
WordPress Help informs that outlook.com “followers” are Spammers. Help goes on to say that, if we submit the date and the alleged address this will further assist WordPress in deleting/blocking the spammers.
Once the spammer’s address has followed the blog, all pirating potential is already established;
Once any address is blocked, the spammer hack just creates another.
WORDPRESS: PROTECT YOUR BLOGGERS’ MATERIAL. PROTECT THE SITE. GET THE FIREWALLS UP. OUR ORIGINAL MATERIAL IS VULNERABLE.
ATTENTION READERS: THESE PERSONAL PROVERBS ARE, with few exceptions, THOUGHTS WHICH CAME THROUGH MY HEAD, EITHER CHANNELED by lives no longer in a form enabling representation, or as a part of my personal creative process. Unless otherwise attributed, all the material at this blogsite is labeled with the © signature, and dated as such; this writer asks that such stamps of personal property be respected. Thank you so very much for reading this blog!
Sincerely, Ruth Ann Scanzillo, author.