EU good hosting ANTY DDoS Protected

by Addeos - 02-09-2020, 03:57 PM
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Posted: 02-09-2020, 03:57 PM
I recommend the hosting, which helps to secure the server or the Website, filters are strengthened very well
The site is called SonicFast.io
what do you think about her?
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Posted: 02-09-2020, 07:40 PM (This post was last modified: 02-09-2020, 07:49 PM by Devilium2.)
1. The website is just using a theme https://pleurat.com/terahoster/ so super lazy work, Basically something made for a scam would be like.

2. 3.99 for 10GB Nvme space? There are better providers than SonicFast which are must cheaper.

For people looking at this post, Well here's a fun comparison. https://www.websiteplanet.com/web-hosting/sonicfast/ https://www.websiteplanet.com/web-hostin...e-hosting/

Also after 1 google session https://www.whtop.com/review/sonicfast.io this is what i found. LOL


"Dear friends,

SonicFast is a scam hosting company. They scammed me out of €900 and never delivered the promised server. You can see how the story unfolded in the following screenshots.

Encouraged by their positive reviews, I initially contacted them wondering whether they had a dedicated server to host our modeling forum. They appeared to indeed have everything we wanted and more.
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnj5.jpg

I was a bit skeptical so they then advised a slightly cheaper server in Hong Kong instead of Europe. This should've raised my alarm because bandwidth is notoriously expensive in Asia.
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnj6.jpg

Delivery was promised in 2-5 days. I couldn't have been more excited.
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnj7.jpg

Delivery was late. Turns out he meant 5 working days. "Not a big deal", I thought.
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnj8.jpgs

And then my nightmare began (older post always at the bottom, newer at the top)...
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnj9.jpg

He started ignoring me
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnja.jpg

And giving weird excuses...
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnjb.jpg

It took me 3 weeks to begin realizing what was actually going on
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnjc.jpg

And then he started coming up with new conditions to "deliver" the server.
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnkp.jpg

Which really ticked me off.
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnkq.jpg

To my shock, he said these were his datacenter's conditions for.. hosting child porn?
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnkr.jpg

And here's my resposnse to his offer to use my money as "credit" with their "company".
https://i.imx.to/i/2019/07/13/23dnks.jpg

That's my sad story with Sonicfast, friends. €900 is a big deal for me and I know I will never get them back, but I also realize I cannot be their first victim, and the only reason I fell for this is because previous victims were too lazy to report. I hope to have saved at least one user via this post, and if you had already fallen for Sonicfast scam you can help shut them down by forwarding your complaint to:
their registrar [email protected]
their host [email protected]
And Europol: https://www.europol.europa.eu/report-a-crime

Stay safe!" - Global Rating.

Also the picture Of the servers on your ABOUT page belongs to Bristoldata. which is a UK based company. also the picture is taken directly from their ZARE blog.
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Posted: 02-09-2020, 08:28 PM (This post was last modified: 02-09-2020, 08:29 PM by tr0xy.)
I'm just surprised that a service offering security based hosting can't even secure or hide against basic dnsenum and nmap scans. For instance, a probability of malicious embedded VBA code over blackice-icecap 8081, oh and visible wildcards.... visible c class netranges, easily detectable mail server through porkbun displaying as a longhorn.mxrouting.net domain...I could make the list go on... To wrap it up, i wouldn't trust a hosting service that's goal is security when there isn't proper management of network hardening in the first place....
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Posted: 09-09-2020, 09:36 AM (This post was last modified: 09-09-2020, 09:36 AM by mrrynk.)
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