I connect via the Wi-Fi router of a neighbor to the Internet (no guest connection).
Windows 10: I do not share files or printers. Domain, private, public network: Firewall is enabled. Scan = no problems.
I have a G Suite account for creating websites. Site is published. Sharing options are safe. Currently no other authorized users.
Support asked for the Site Builder URL in edit mode.
Two days later, many unauthorized changes were made to the published Google site.
Is it possible for the administrator of the neighbor's network to access or edit the site while it is in edit mode?
Can the support representative access or edit the site using a URL when the site is open in edit mode? Obviously, I can call the site in another browser screen. That's why I was wondering why the support person with the link would not be able to.
Trying to keep up with all the weird, strange changes is my lunch. Need to identify the origin.