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404 not found page and /wrap-function/

     
11:11 am on Sep 25, 2019 (gmt 0)

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I have those url <--- https://www.example.com/profile/profile-906845583/en/ --->
when i moved in 404 not found page
googlebot crawling pages like<--- https://www.example.comr/profile/profile-907524632/wrap-function/ --->
what is /wrap-function/?
crawling <--- https://www.example.com/profile/profile-907524632/ ---> and <--- https://www.example.com/profile/profile-907524632/wrap-function/ --->
Autocreated?
5:05 pm on Sept 25, 2019 (gmt 0)

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Autocreated?
Well, not autocreated by Google if that's what you mean; I've never seen it in my life. Are you using a CMS?

I checked logs to see if /wrap-function/ was on the list of names routinely requested by malign robots, implying that it's part of some standard CMS-generated URL. Nope. You’ll need to take a closer look at your own site code.
2:15 am on Sept 26, 2019 (gmt 0)

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This kind of stuff is all over the place ... most of it is "penetration attacks" by hackers/bad actors. When I see this in the logs, and I know it ain't mine, .htaccess to the rescue!

Nuke it and don't loose any sleep. Might note the IP (or range/country) and watch for more of it, but otherwise than that you have better things to do.

And yes, some of these bad actors actually auto-generate stuff trying to break in the front door. I see about 40-60k attempts each month. All fed lovely 403s, or if I am busy, a hearty 404.