They tend to look like this:
If you do, that means that your blog has been accessed from the WordPress Administration Panels or Dashboard. In other words, a WordPress or WordPress.com user clicked on a link to your blog from inside their WordPress.
This is also a clue that your blog may have been recently showcased in the WordPress.com Top Blog or Post featured in the Dashboard of all WordPress.com bloggers.
These visitors also arrive from the WordPress.com statistics such as from the incoming referrals list of links or outgoing “clicks”, links visitors on your blog click during their visit. Full version blogs using feeds in their Administration Panel Dashboard might also click through from there to visit your blog.
There is nothing wrong and these people are not trying to break into your blog. They are just accessing your blog through their WordPress interface, the Administration Panels. Consider them a kindred WordPress spirit, visiting your blog from their blog.
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