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I need a virtual server with strong privacy protection.

I will use my company's (Société Anonyme S. A. company) website and company data backup. (Invoices, customers.. etc)

A fast disk type is required. (SSD, SAS 10K, SAS 15K), 2GB RAM, 30-40GB disk (It must be upgradeable later.), min. 150 mbit international bandwidth, KVM vz., cpu: 1-2 core (min. 1900 mhz), traffic: +2,5TB, 1 ipv4. Location: strong privacy protection countries.

Payment method(s): allow Panama credit/debit/bank card or bitcoin. thanks.

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  • joerijoeri Member, Provider

    What is your monthly budget?

    Kind regards

  • @joeri said: What is your monthly budget?

    Unlimited.

  • Don't be stupid - all your backups need to be encrypted BEFORE storing them on any VPS.

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  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    We have Netherlands KVM with SAS 10K drives in RAID10 and accept Bitcoin:

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  • joerijoeri Member, Provider
    edited March 19

    I can offer you the next CloudVPS X4

    2 cores (E5-2680v4) | 4GB ram | 150GB SSD | 5000GB traffic (1Gbps) | Location Amsterdam-NL | Managed service| For €80 each month.

    https://cp.hostio.nl/cart.php?gid=2

    Kind regards

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited March 19

    https://privatelayer.com/ is probly the best that I can imagine with such demands.. It's Swiss based and rejects data requests even from goverments, which is the reason it was placed in the United States USTR yearly listing of black markets. The downside with that provider is: It's overly expensive, used mostly by torrent sites and cybercriminals and the entire AS is in several email spam filters.

    If youre interested, check https://privatelayer.com/pdf/PL_EPP.pdf to read their privacy policy.

  • PepeSilviaPepeSilvia Member
    edited March 19

    Just a curious third party here. Would it be better to encrypt the files, archive it and split it into multiple parts and upload different parts to different hosts? Does that help with privacy and security or is that a rather unnecessary step?

    Can someone still extract meaningful data from just a single one of those parts, even if they had the key?

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  • cociucociu Member, Provider

    fezoxohuf said: Unlimited.

    i like your atitudine , so let make business , my price is 300 eur/mo , we are located in Romania , for future details please pm .

  • @cociu said:

    fezoxohuf said: Unlimited.

    i like your atitudine , so let make business , my price is 300 eur/mo , we are located in Romania , for future details please pm .

    @fezoxohuf If you can agree on something directly with the provider, that's the best possible outcome.

  • jackbjackb Member, Provider
    edited March 19

    @stefeman said: https://privatelayer.com/ is probly the best that I can imagine with such demands.. It's Swiss based and rejects data requests even from goverments, which is the reason it was placed in the United States USTR yearly listing of black markets. The downside with that provider is: It's overly expensive, used mostly by torrent sites and cybercriminals and the entire AS is in several email spam filters.

    If youre interested, check https://privatelayer.com/pdf/PL_EPP.pdf to read their privacy policy.

    Is privatelayer a Swiss business, or just have a PoP in CH? If memory serves me correctly their Panama parent company had a dispute with them at some point -- though perhaps things have changed since then.

    Switzerland are good at respecting their citizens and their businesses privacy, but I've heard foreigners are seen as fair game.

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  • BlaZeBlaZe Member, Provider
    edited March 19

    Ukraine is a good place for data privacy. We offer Ukraine SSD VPS. Prices may seem to be a bit higher but it can be easily justifiable with the type of service & network we provide. All servers are connected on 1Gbit connection and we use KVM virtualization. Also, we offer a lot of payment gateway options which does includes Bitcoin.

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  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    @jackb said: Is privatelayer a Swiss business, or just have a PoP in CH? If memory serves me correctly their Panama parent company had a dispute with them at some point -- though perhaps things have changed since then.

    Switzerland are good at respecting their citizens and their businesses privacy, but I've heard foreigners are seen as fair game.

    They have a Panama office/staff for tax reasons probably but I recall speaking to Swiss management before.

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  • @cociu said:

    fezoxohuf said: Unlimited.

    i like your atitudine , so let make business , my price is 300 eur/mo , we are located in Romania , for future details please pm .

    I also see the troll provider for the first time.

    @joeri said: I can offer you the next CloudVPS X4

    2 cores (E5-2680v4) | 4GB ram | 150GB SSD | 5000GB traffic (1Gbps) | Location Amsterdam-NL | Managed service| For €80 each month.

    https://cp.hostio.nl/cart.php?gid=2

    Fascism and racism are popular in the Netherlands in recent times. At the moment the Netherlands will be a risky choice for me. @Ishaq

  • quickquick Member
    edited March 20

    this is the journalist again. @jenkki

    who says fasicsts/racists to NL? right, erdogan. we got him again

  • WSSWSS Member

    @quick A random nutball who made it out of his hugbox, perhaps?

  • quickquick Member

    @WSS said: @quick A random nutball who made it out of his hugbox, perhaps?

    nope, don't think so. That's him, always asking for bitcoin payments and 1337 anonym bulletproof hosting

  • FlamesRunnerFlamesRunner Member
    edited March 20

    How about CyberBunker? I heard that rabbits love the silence in their "secluded" datacenter.

  • lionlion Member
    edited March 20

    @fezoxohuf said: Fascism and racism are popular in the Netherlands in recent times. At the moment the Netherlands will be a risky choice for me. @Ishaq

    Yeah their racist mind makes them destroy servers from foreign customers...Wtf dude

  • joerijoeri Member, Provider

    @quick said: this is the journalist again. @jenkki

    who says fasicsts/racists to NL? right, erdogan. we got him again

    World war 3 will start now!

    Kind regards

  • WSSWSS Member

    @quick said:

    @WSS said: @quick A random nutball who made it out of his hugbox, perhaps?

    nope, don't think so. That's him, always asking for bitcoin payments and 1337 anonym bulletproof hosting

    @quick I was not inferring that it was a different person.

  • IkoulaIkoula Provider

    It has to be KVM ? can't it be xen for example ?

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  • RadiRadi Member, Provider

    I can do this on Xen HVM virtualization in Dallas. You can encrypt your files with a password, only known to your mind and upload them.

    VikingLayer now offers VPS resource pools. Ask me about them today. :)

  • jenkkijenkki Member
    edited March 21

    joeri said: World war 3 will start now!

    Never. Real enemy already rape you from inside.

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    stefeman said: https://privatelayer.com/ is probly the best that I can imagine with such demands

    Read history.

    Switzerland also taps nearly (and/or can legally tap) anything, out of pure possibility (not bound to EU legislation either).

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    fezoxohuf said: Fascism and racism are popular in the Netherlands in recent times. At the moment the Netherlands will be a risky choice for me

    What the general population wants or thinks is absolutely irrelevant (example is half of Asia) - legislative (thus laws) and the executive (thus police, which follow this legislative) are.

    Some of the - generally - best protected countries in certain areas (eg. freedom of speech and freedom of who you do business with, eg. sanctions followed) are or hard-line governed/citizined (sic). Certainly the US government is very right wing while freedom of speech (yea, in theory) is high - Singapore is a hard-line dictatorship in disguise with extreme business freedom.

    Generally if you are serious you cannot think in weeks or months anyway, political changes to eg. freedom of speech laws are year long processes, especially in the EU - you only need to think short term if you deal with dictatorships, and even they tend to be stable nowadays.

  • WSSWSS Member

    @William said: Generally if you are serious you cannot think in weeks or months anyway, political changes to eg. freedom of speech laws are year long processes, especially in the EU - you only need to think short term if you deal with dictatorships, and even they tend to be stable nowadays.

    ..and if you get it completely wrong, you're still going to end up in a box buried somewhere remote, no matter the latitude.

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider
    edited March 21

    WSS said: ..and if you get it completely wrong, you're still going to end up in a box buried somewhere remote, no matter the latitude.

    Pretty much sums it up, even if this discussion is entirely philosophical anyway considering the Panama construct of OP would fall WAY before any legal order from eg. a low level US side to China or Russia is likely replied (or the legal work involved is outrageous) - the other way is him directly by usage tracking, point is that authorities know where court orders make zero sense and where another agency or operation style can be applied (which might be easier by this jurisdiction and thus backfire, US court taping submarine cable to Russia? Sounds way better political than US<->JP, doesn't it?).

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  • WSSWSS Member

    You don't need legal orders from the US. Panama is still so heavy on the dollar (and Costa Rica to the same extent) that they'll happily let you come in and raid someone, as long as you keep the money flowing in. About a decade ago, they went after a guy running offshore betting down that way.

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  • ISPLevelISPLevel Member, Provider
    edited March 21

    How about Europe region (like Ukrane and Russia)? This countries reacts on DMCA and government requests. There you can find many interesting suggestion for you purposes.

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  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider
    edited March 21

    The US likes to go this way, there was also this WTO case pending against Antigua & Barbuda due to having very lax (now, back then zero) copyright laws enabling eg. Slysoft (Anydvd) to operate.

    Outside, yea, betting also which is - preventing US citizens access, in a way - a pretty sane business (it apparently works in EU, cross border...) which should not justify international sanctions or freezing/stealing (is nothing else...) US bank accounts. Antigua again / PDF from .gov site...

    Using dollar could work out either way, but likely yea bad - dollar cannot be forcefully devaluated without US damage and if your dealings are entirely USD based/no exchange sanctions in effect (which affect banks/financial mostly, not traders which however ultimately need to rely on currency, in which a US sanctioned fictional Panama Dollar is absolutely worthless to exchange, while the 10k USD cash now are still 10k USD next week) there is some protection.

    Example is Montenegro (not even arguably a state run by a criminal clan, even more so than Serbia which has some weird party system not based on family ~) having DMark before and EUR now causing this interesting smuggling businesses to work exceptionally well with EU banks... (a - very large in outwards trade - gov can forcefully value money and fix exchange rates but this is over my financial knowledge interests in its inner workings and ultimately capped by your international accepted money, see eg. China, Ukraine now and CH some time ago, to some extent the EUCB does this also).

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  • jenkkijenkki Member

    ISPLevel said: ISPLevel

    Take a look into EU. Lots of folks moving around EU even without any passport or ID. Swedish border control in Malmo get a lot of unknown folks freely traveled without ID across EU.. They arrive, buy tickets to trains where ID needed. How they do that?

  • ISPLevelISPLevel Member, Provider
    edited March 21

    jenkki said: Take a look into EU. Lots of folks moving around EU even without any passport or ID. Swedish border control in Malmo get a lot of unknown folks freely traveled without ID across EU.. They arrive, buy tickets to trains where ID needed. How they do that?

    Sorry but i dont know about it. We place our information in Ukraine and as I wrote earlier, access to it can get only the government services on request. Also you can get some troubles if this information falls under the DMCA.

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  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    jenkki said: Lots of folks moving around EU even without any passport or ID

    Depends where. Austria is very selective (Hungary, Slovenia and Slovak borders are staffed and checking IDs) and Croatia is essentially locked down (checks on both sides).

    I don't expect any ID check going from Denmark to Sweden or Austria to Germany, that would be rather useless and never was the case really either.

    As example i was ID'd on a train Austria-Germany-Netherlands and that was only on way back for drug search.

    With some creativity you can probably get from any West EU country in any other, except UK and Ireland (plus the islands), without an ID.

  • jenkkijenkki Member

    ISPLevel said: We place our information in Ukraine and as I wrote earlier

    If you about gunpowder, everything will be returned to the basement soon.

  • @jenkki said:

    ISPLevel said: ISPLevel

    Take a look into EU. Lots of folks moving around EU even without any passport or ID. Swedish border control in Malmo get a lot of unknown folks freely traveled without ID across EU.. They arrive, buy tickets to trains where ID needed. How they do that?

    Because they buy tickets to Tornio which is in border of Finland.. The sweden is more than happy to send all of them this way.

  • jenkkijenkki Member

    ISPLevel said: Sorry but i dont know about it. We place our information in Ukraine and as I wrote earlier, access to it can get only the government services on request. Also you can get some troubles if this information falls under the DMCA

    lol

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