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I have heard of this problem before fairly often. I have to ask, though:
to what URL did you go, to try to log in?
And did the error come up from the URL, or only after you entered your credentials (username and password) ?
Then the location of that (wp-admin) page may have been relocated.
(Using that URL in my own web browser, I may confirm this.)
Whoever is in charge of your site (aside from you, of course - e.g. your web host perhaps) may have made a change that caused this.
Good to hear that.
I'm sorry I wasn't able to help you at the time, it was late (in my time zone).
I suggest that, if there is still any sign that your login was 'hacked' in any fashion, that you make sure that your password ***** ***** easily guessed nor broken (your password ***** access to the wp-admin functions of your WordPress site, that is) by making sure it is not a word, nor two words, and that it has other characters than just letters in it, etc. (If you need further guidance as to what composes a good and relatively un-hackable or un-guessable password, let me know, please, and I will explain further.)
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"YourDomain.com" is a stand-in for whatever your actual xxxxx.com for the site is.
So if you literally had your site at
xxxxx.com, then you should try to login at
though I suspect that the whole of the URL is a stand-in.