This website is operated by Md Musaroff Hussen. He has profiles on People per Hour under MD. Musarroff Hussen and on Fivver, Pinterest and Google+ using the username mmh4560 offering services for web development.
I hired him to work on my website to make some minor changes last october from people per hour. Everything seemed fine after the work was completed but a few weeks later I experienced a vulnerability issue and some login attempt warnings but since I closed my account with PPH I couldn't do anything about it from that end.
A few months later I signed up for Fivverr and reached out to a seller for help not realizing it was the same person, trust me. I didn't realize this because he went by mmh4560 and had a different photo. After coming into contact with him he later tried to hack into my website which caused a security breach.
He viewed my website and told me that he couldn't do the job because it was too difficult. He later entered into my website, successfully created an option on my backend that automatically creates a username each time you remove it. After I changed my information, he tried to access my site again without my permission and attempted to use passwords that were found on a list of passwords leaked in security breaches.
I confronted him about accessing my website without permission and he said that he didn't do this but remembers working on my website previously on PPH. That's when I googled his profile and saw that it was the same person. I told him about the hack attempt after he completed that project and that I'm aware that he did this again but this time I have proof.
The evidence clearly shows this man's deception. I don't know if he is selling his clients information to someone or thinking that it's easier to pretend to be a developer just to access information. Either way, these practices are fraudulent and immoral and what he is doing is dangerous for online business owners.
Please beware! This man and his company should not be trusted. I have submitted proof with his username and ip address showing that he has done this as well as how he created a username and used his business email address. On the second occassion, I gave him a temp login: Username: Supreme / Pass: No1seems2beanexpert.
I changed the info after he said he didn't know how to do the work and he tried to hack into my site a few days later. Don't allow this man to have any access to your website. He can't be trusted with your information.
The images show him attempting to use the temp name and password and how his username says existing user. I never made him a user. Stay away or Trust at your own risk!