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November 24, 2010, 12:56:09 AM
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Hello bitcoiners,
   
I'm investigating if here is a demand for anonymous VPS (virtual
private servers) service. I have multicore beast server lying around,
many years experiences with linux administration and also experiences
with Tor hidden services.
   
I was thinking about anonymous VPS many years before. There were
attemps to do on Tor network, but payments were always problem. There
were some free hostings, but quality was always poor. I found bitcoins
recently and now feel I have all pieces to do VPS hosting powerful and
thanks to bitcoins - really anonymous.
   
My idea is simple - provide "no question" service. I don't know my
customers is and customers don't know who I am. This is huge advantage
in contrast to Vekja because nobody know where the server is located
 and
how to shut down it. I provide 1 or more CPU cores, few hundreds MB RAM
and few onion addresses routed to VPS ports. Customer
will send me few bitcoins every week. Simple.
   
Only one pitfail is here. Because of strong anonymity, all inbound and
outbound traffic is routed to Tor network. No direct connection to
Internet. Never. It makes system management slower, but anonymity is
the main concern.
   
Users can access server using Tor network or directly from Internet
using great service http://tor2web.com/ (hidden services are indexed by
  Google).
   
Price. My offer is 1 core @ 3GHz and 512MB RAM, SLA 99% (minus glitches
on
Tor network) for 30 bitcoins per week. But I'm open to discussion here
for first users. I need at least 3 users to pay housing. Please comment
here or send me anonymous message to https://privacybox.de/dmytrij.msg
   
I swear to send 20% of bitcoins to providers of torservers.net and
tor2web.com. First one because they are Tor relay providers accepting
bitcoins and second one cause their service is needed for my
anonymous VPS. They do not accept bitcoins yet, but I expect it is
temporary Smiley.
   
  Cheers,
Dmytrij
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November 24, 2010, 01:38:10 AM
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It would be good advertising for Bitcoin if you set up a such a service and listed yourself on the Tor directories among the other hidden service hosts.

If I ever wanted to set up a hidden service, I would certainly use a service like that (to avoid intersection attacks), but I don't currently have a need for a HS.

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November 24, 2010, 11:17:23 AM
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We definetely need more anonymous VPS's and VPN's.
This would provide some more privacy to users outside the .onion and .i2p network.

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November 24, 2010, 10:18:34 PM
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Quote from: theymos link=topic=1905.msg23974#msg23974
date=1290562690
It would be good advertising for Bitcoin if you set up a such a service
and listed yourself on the Tor directories among the other hidden
service hosts.
 

Hello Theymos, for security reasons I don't use any mailbox and mailing
lists. If you consider my offer interesting, you may send them link to
this thread. I will appreciate it.
 
I received few questions to my service in privatebox today:
 
- - I don't know if it was serious, but no, I don't accept CP content. It
is only one exception from my "no question" service. For moral reason,
not for legal reason. Sorry.
- - Yes, all programs and applications will work. All traffic will be
transparently routed throught SOCKS proxy on hypervisor, no need for
software customization.
- - There is no user management at this moment. I offer manual
configuration changes ASAP (more memory, more CPU, larger HDD).
- - There is no HDD encryption on hypervisor for performance reasons and
because there are no sensitive data on hypervisor. I can encrypt any
VPS volume or anybody can encrypt only part of volume inside his VPS.
 
 Cheers!
Dmytrij
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December 06, 2010, 08:22:31 PM
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Hello bitcoiners,
 
still looking for at least one service to run anonymous VPS service. If
you are interested, send me message to my privacybox. Don't forget to
tell me contact back to you (login on this forum).
 
 Cheers!
Dmytrij
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December 06, 2010, 08:31:43 PM
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- - I don't know if it was serious, but no, I don't accept CP content. It
is only one exception from my "no question" service. For moral reason,
not for legal reason. Sorry.

Glad to hear that! This is the appropriate response to cp on .onion, in my opinion.

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December 06, 2010, 08:42:19 PM
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Have you tried to announce your service on Tor-users forums?

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December 07, 2010, 10:05:44 PM
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Extremely cool idea, I don't currently have a use for this (and it's too expensive for just toying around) but I'm sure to keep an eye on it for when I do.

BTW: you forgot to mention how many GB of storage.

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