Changes between Version 311 and Version 312 of doc/GoodBadISPs


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Nov 26, 2013, 11:14:11 PM (6 years ago)
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    144144== Bad experience ==
    145145=== US ===
    146  * [https://azzavps.com/ AzzaVPS] Ran an exit node for a few months. No DMCA Takedown notices or abuse tickets received. Changed the TOS to exclude TOR [sic] without notification and then suspended my account (also without notification). Their gimmick was unlimited bandwidth, but my default of 20/20 was apparently too much. Of the half dozen or so companies I've used for exit nodes over the years, AzzaVPS had the was the least professional and had the worst support.
     146 * [https://azzavps.com/ AzzaVPS] Ran an exit node July-Nov. 2013. No DMCA Takedown notices or abuse tickets received. Changed the TOS to exclude TOR [sic] without notification and then suspended my account (also without notification). Their gimmick was unlimited bandwidth on a 512MB RAM OpenVZ slice, but my 10-15Mbit up/down was apparently too much. Of the half dozen or so companies I've used for exit nodes over the years, AzzaVPS had the was the least professional and had the worst support. The deal was cheap @ $7.99/mo. but at that rate they cannot be bothered to communicate effectively.
    147147 * [http://www.vpscheap.net/] Ran a bridge for 6+ months they sent multiple tickets on their website but never contacted me via email so I could not respond. They termed the service agreement, without notifying me. Very poor experience, they do not understand how TOR works and just blanket ban it.
    148148 * [http://www.ezzi.net/home/ Ezzi.net]. Running Tor was fine until Undernet mailed Ezzi.net a complaint which falsely claimed Tor was somehow a "botnet". This made a [http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=507073&page=4 very rude person at Ezzi] send a mail which falsely claimed the Tor servers were hacked and "It appears whoever caused this hacked the servers by brute forcing SSH logins and uploading a fake httpd binary and launching it.". This person kept on insisting the servers were hacked after being politely informed that Undernet had confused Tor traffic with a "botnet" and that the servers where not compromised in any way, so it's kind of hard to tell if the person was troublesome because the person did not understand what Tor is or if this person at Ezzi generally just imagines things and think they are part of reality. But it is clear that most ezzi customers [http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=507073&page=4 become ex-customers after meeting this known-to-be-rude tech].