Not sure if there ever was one, or if such topics are fielded here, as it would seem the most appropriate place, if even to garner some basic perspective or direction. If not, consider it fodder for the suggestion box. Having created a small website nearly a decade ago on some free webspace associated with my Time Warner ISP account, last month it was apparently hacked, and implanted with malware exploits. Unfortunately before I could address it, Google placed a warning page redirect on it, to safeguard against any potential harm to my site visitors. I'm not sure what empowered Google the liberty to do this, but it now seems to be holding my account webspace hostage, having basically erased all the files of my website. Unless I'm mistaken, I now have a status page listed with Google's Webmaster Tools, through which it appears to be dictating certain conditions be met before relinquishing control back to me. Is this accurate?