More threads by vivekrpatel

Nov 25, 2016
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Hey folks, any help is greatly appreciated.

I have been seeing a lot of 404 errors on Google Analytics Dashboard in WordPress in recent times. The strange thing is that the URL endings throwing up the 404 are not in any way related to my website.


Our website gets hacked but after that, we have cleaned and now planning to moving on different servers.

Is there anything I can stop or limit the 404’s from my end? Also, stop appearing in Google analytic?
Have any hacked URLs return a 410 error instead. There's a WP plugin for this, but it hasn't been updated in a couple of years.

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