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August 26, 2011, 04:04:17 PM
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Encrypted VPS servers

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September 02, 2011, 01:06:13 PM
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September 02, 2011, 07:36:08 PM
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I am actually looking at aquiring another VPS, but this seems a bit steep (expensive) for a completely Open Source solution. Am I missing something ?

Can you provide any other info ?

Where Geographically are the servers located ?

Aggregate Bandwidth/Pipe Size per single account ?

Physical Hardware Share Percentage ?

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September 03, 2011, 07:43:36 PM
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I'm not going to discuss the price, anyone can value his services at whatever price he wants and it's the customer's duty to do some research before buying. I am, however, going to kindly ask OP to remove "encrypted" from the offer. It's uselees, it's manipulative, it's dangerous to the clients' data. Why? I wrote some thoughts about it (sorry for promoting my blog, but I'm too lazy to copy-paste): http://blog.mybox.ro/2011/08/09/why-server-side-encryption-is-both-useless-and-dangerous/

And for OP, I have a simple question: where are the decryption keys stored exactly? (And I do mean *exactly*. I would expect the answer to be "a file". A file in OPs control, and in OPs local police/other structures reach. Which is, IMHO, a lot more dangerous than not having encryption in the first place).

Again, I'm not trying to bash anyone, I just think that buying "encrypted servers" is a very-very-very bad idea.
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September 03, 2011, 08:11:15 PM
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What was said above. If you blindly rely on the provider to take care of your encryption then what reason exactly do you have to be using an encrypted VM in the first place? If you want to hide things from your provider, it doesn't work, as he is in charge of the encryption and could get around it. Authorities can get cooperation from the provider. Hiding data from potential intruders on your server doesn't work either, because anyone with root access to your VM has access to the same things that the VM itself has access to, by definition.

Basically, there's not really a point.

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September 06, 2011, 01:08:44 PM
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Why are you charging more than 5 times the price of linode.com?

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September 06, 2011, 08:40:08 PM
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Why are you charging more than 5 times the price of linode.com?

Probably has something to do with the encryption and the load + abuse it puts on disk

even then though, pretty pricey...
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September 11, 2011, 06:58:55 AM
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Hmm. Pwetty pricey. Add a whole load more IP addresses, and it might not still be worth it :x
You could get a dedi for that price, and for a whole lot longer than a month.
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