Fix the "Site has been Hacked" issue reported by Google & GoDaddy

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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.

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