Invisible spam mail in the backend

I have a problem on my WordPress site. In the frontend there is a spam post (no comment, no post) that is visible to everyone. I don't know where it comes from and all malware scans have been negative so far. However, to solve this problem, I have to delete this post. But it cannot be seen in the backend.

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As you can see on the given screenshot, the post area shows "all posts" with the number 58. However, if you go through the pagination, it is only 57. Since I cannot find the spam post via normal search methods, I have Suppose the spam post was somehow hidden. There are no trash posts or whatever. I also checked pages, categories, tags, etc., but nothing.

Is there any way to remove it at some point?

Exploit – My old Skype is sending Baidu spam

My old Skype account, which I haven't used in over 4 years, sends Baidu spam links to my friends. I tried to log in but couldn't remember the password. I checked my old email for haveibeenpwned and found that it was a 2017 data breach for Yu-Gi-Oh Dueling Network. Is this Yu-Gi-Oh data breach still available online? Because I also can't remember my old email password. I don't know if the hacker accessed my Skype this way, but I can't think of any other way.
PS; This email was my main email between the ages of 12 and 19, so I'm worried about this leak. I really don't know what to do … thanks

Spam – Why Are My 404s Error Logs For "Adult" Content Full?

I idly checked my website's error logs this morning shocked to discover that a large number of more explicit ones had been requested. (I don't mind telling you that I almost sprayed my cold brew all over the screen!)

2020-05-08 02:16:13 UTC (apache)(core:info) (pid 42603) (client 66.249.66.88:35734) AH00128: File does not exist: /home/u88-8bxzcuafdah3/www/mysite.com/public_html/something-very-rude

2020-05-08 02:06:45 UTC (apache)(core:info) (pid 63958) (client 66.249.66.88:49358) AH00128: File does not exist: /home/u88-8bxzcuafdah3/www/mysite.com/public_html/something-very-rude

2020-05-08 01:47:49 UTC (apache)(core:info) (pid 3909) (client 66.249.66.90:40304) AH00128: File does not exist: /home/u88-8bxzcuafdah3/www/mysite.com/public_html/something-very-rude

And there are Charges from them. It looks relentless. They are about 10 minutes apart, but it varies. The IP addresses also change, but they are all in the range of 66.249.66.0.

This probably has something to do with referrer spam, but I can't find the motive. I'm pretty sure there's no need to worry, but it's a bit confusing …

What's going on here?

Spam – Who should prevent spammers from attacking Mailenable with external domain names?

We have a problem with our Mailenable, in which the MTA is activated in the MXSCAN software. Everything worked perfectly. Today, however, we found that we can only send emails but cannot receive them. We checked the logs in MxScan message logs when a stranger with an external IP and post office (null) and sender email (not from local domains) tries to send random emails every millisecond, and of course are blocked, we have blocked the IP for the incoming firewall rules as well, but still no impact that makes our mail activation so busy.Log screenshot

Blogger Spammer Evolution V2 – An advanced method to create blogspot spam comments or research Proxies-free

Blogspot Spammer Evolution V2 is an advanced method for loading blogspot blogs with fake comments. Basically, the user only has to write a keyword for the research, for example: Hackers 2020 or other terms related to your region, and this gives up to 100 results for blogs that speak about the term. From there, all a user has to do is click on the link that leads to the comment section and write a comment. Blogger Spammer Evolution V2 is useful when the user wants to increase the number of comments on the user page.

Note: May contain duplicate entries and is useful for research on any topic …

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ovh – Emails are sent from Server A to spam, but not from Server B (same configuration)

I have a riddle with my So You Start servers from OVH – my mail goes from server A to the Google Spam folder, but from server B it is fine.
I'm not sure if there is a problem with SOS servers or some IP addresses.
I've blacklisted every IP address – not listed.

Problem Description.
Server A has 3 IP addresses (A.1, A.2, A.3) with which a connection to the VM is established.
Server B has 3 IP addresses (B.1, B.2, B.3) with which a connection to the VM is established.
I added a domain for each IP (VM).

When I sent an email from A.1, the email went to spam.
When I sent an email from A.2, the email went to spam.
When I sent an email from A.3, the email went to spam.

BUT!

If I move the VM from server A to server B and add IP B.1, everything is fine.
Domain is the same.
Simply move the VM from server A to B and change the IP address.
As I said before, I tested all IP addresses on Server A – every email went to spam.
From server B – every email went to the received folder.

Mail IPs from servers A and B are not blacklisted.
Google said the mail server settings are OK (SPF, DKIM, DMARC).

Could there be a problem with Server A's gateway?
How can I track this problem?