Please watch out for Reliacloud. They don't seem to care much about security.
I spun up a few VPS's with them, and had noticed that the host SSH keys were all the same, including the root user's. I spoke to their online chat for support, and they said that developers were not available and to email a support ticket in. I emailed one in three times, and never received a response.
So, if you are going to create a VPS over there, MAKE ABSOLUTE SURE to destroy the ssh keys for the system (/etc/ssh) and the root user, and re-create them; otherwise someone may easily be able to gain unauthorized access to your machine.
Very poor security practices, especially when the support tickets go unanswered.
No. If I deploy a brand new VPS, and then you deploy a brand new VPS of the same OS type, we will both have the same public and private keypair for root and the server. I'm guessing that most people do not re-generate SSH keys when the first log into their new VPS's.
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