"Friends don't let friends get hacked!"

Hi. My name is Jim Walker, (619) 479-6637. If you Google me, Jim Walker The Hack Repair Guy, you'll find pages of links where I help people whose websites have been hacked.

Listen in to my voice introduction?


When I'm not out hiking, I really enjoy helping people. I've been helping folks build and fix hacked websites for over 10 years.

It's not uncommon for me to help people clear up malware issues on their websites free of charge, though if your website is thoroughly hacked I have to charge some fee to cover my time (hey, I have to pay for gas too...).

If your website has been hacked or filled with malware and you want to speak to a genuine person who cares now, instead of an anonymous website with an impossible to find phone number (what are they hiding?), please call me anytime at (619) 479-6637. I'm here to help make your life happier and less stressful.


Why work with the TheHackRepairGuy.com?

  • My goal is to educate you on prevention (repair is only part of the actual service).
  • Flat rate. Whether I spend 2 hours or 200 hours-- no surprise charges.
  • Friendly and expert help by phone.
  • Money back guarantee.
  • Wordpress blog security plugin installations included free.
  • Full security and recommendations report provided.
  • I never delete files. All hacker files will be renamed for review.
  • I will start immediately in fixing your website-- no waiting.



Web Hosting Tip:
Only one shared web host in the entire world provides free daily malware scanning and reporting if your website is hacked (often the moment you are hacked!).
Get ahead of the Google Attack Page warnings and don't lose your Google reputation. See http://tvcnet.com for details.




Below is mainly a repository for some links I've generated in the Google Webmaster Forum and other sites:

Verified Hackrepair.com Customer Service Testimonials

Website Hacked? Should You Fix It Yourself Or Hire An Expert To Clean Your Site?

With the help from tvcnet.com, we have removed an encoded malicious code injected by some hacker

I just got off the phone with Jim from hackrepair.com who very graciously reached out to me and offered some additional advice...

Google has indicated that our site could be harmful to people computer...

I am available to answer questions by email or phone.

Talking Hi folks. This is Jim Walker with TVCNet and Hackrepair

Can Security Be Bread and Butter of a Hosting Provider?

I want to get rid of "This site may harm your computer

My web site was hacked - Now what do I do?

Google has put an alert on my site

Bad Review From Google

Where is malware on mywebsite and it's not correct to detect openX script for malware.

Is Mass Hosting PCI Compliant? (Biting the hand that feeds me)

site is banned again but not even google found anything

hackrepair.com - BadwareBusters

Google shows my site in results but directs to a different site

what malware is on my site?

Opensource software - thoughts?

Google detected site is clean after malware attack, but still black-listed

How to monitor your website for hacking or malicious content using Google Alerts

Malware notice from Google, need help finding bad code

HackRepair.com Security Tips and Hack Notes

/tmp/wp_inc or Not Your Typical WordPress Attack

Hack Repair in Elance.com Overview

Hack Repair in Odesk.com Overview

Hack Repair in Freelancer.com Overview

Loosely speaking, web sites can not have viruses

How to choose a web hosting company for a more secure WordPress website

Jim Walker and HackRepair on Twylah

Recently our informational site, was a victim of a vicious malware attack.

I recently had been notified our informational web site was a source for malware.

I recently had been notified our informational web site was a source for malware.

Yuck!!! "He kept me calm throughout it all and within fours, it was done."  

Jim Walker talks about SSD hosting at How to speed up your WordPress website, WPwatercooler

WPKindness.com - Jim Walker seems to be really nice guy.

From Hacked to New Hosting to Happy

 








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