Here is the situation:
As a hobby, I run a FREE website called IdoNOTwantKids ( c o m) – it is forwarded from my domain name PUZZELE (c o m). I also have a few other websites in different folders online.. but most of the other websites are just basic html stuff (i.e. I update a website with text/pictures about the progress of my 70’s van that I’m restoring).
I noticed that google reports that the website PUZZELE ( c om ) as follows: “This site may be hacked.”
The site is hosted on GoDaddy. I contacted GoDaddy and discovered that they now DISABLED all outgoing emails from the site.. which really stinks since IdoNOTwantKids is a free dating site.. so without people being able to communicate via email, it is kind of pointless. GoDaddy claims that the site has been “hacked” and they want $7 a month to run “Site Lock.” I really do NOT want to bother spending $7 a month to run a FREE website (since I’m already paying for hosting and the domain name). Plus, from what I understand, even after you pay them $7 a month, you may still encounter hack problems and then they try and charge you more.
To be honest… I’m about 85% towards leaning doing nothing.. IdoNOTwantKids is FREE.. so if its going to cost me more money every month to run it, I honestly may not bother at this point…
Hence, I figured I would post this message here and see what somebody might charge me to REMOVE/REPAIR wherever my website(s) have been hacked, have GoDaddy re-enable email, and have Google remove the “This site may be hacked” from the search engine. Obviously if you have any suggestions, I’m appreciate them as well. I’m a total novice at this stuff.. but I’m hoping somebody on here as an easy/affordable solution to this situation.
PS: The IdoNOTwantKids website is running the FREE program OsDate… since it uses a database, my GUESS is, that is how the site may have been hacked… but who knows.
Thank you in advance.
Note: If possible, please give me some idea how you intend on fixing the problems. I immediately receive bids from people -- literally within SECONDS of me posting the job... so I'm not sure if some people are even reading what they are bidding on. Therefore please include the language "I read it" in your bid so that I know you actually read what I posted. Many thanks in advance. :)