Good ISP-Bad Updates

Update July 30 2022. Added more info and more VPS’s!

My Relay is doing 138 mib used of ram. 512 would be better but you only really need 256MB. I am running unbound as well - local dns resolver. If you running an exit please use unbound. If you need help let me know. I am number 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 for the US exit relays. 40 to 80 mib bandwidth per second. 10-40 TB per month average per server.
I will be adding more VPS’s to lists move the next few weeks. Have a look at around these are the best so far. Have spent many days researching and reading TOS. If want to do some research use brave search and look for offshore vps’s so many different ones! Brave is amazing for finding them for some reason. I am pro privacy and I want increase the amount of exit relays with ease of use! Without needing to worry about DMCA or legal threats. Privacy is needed more than ever before!

New Privacy VPS’s:
DMCA Notices Ignored - Legal Threats read below:

I have some big updates for the website:

At the least people let people know about hostmaze.com. Its too good!

Mostly they are good experiences:

I the best one/ cheapest is hostmaze.com - Unlimited bandwidth for an exit relay. $2 per month or $24/yearly. Best deal for tor operators with unlimited bandwidth. Pro Privacy.
hostmaze .com
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: Yes
RO

Have been running my servers for over a year and no problems! 10tb per month. $50/yearly Pro Privacy.
IncogNET:
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: Yes
NL

Offshore Hosting: Have been running an exit for over a year. Cheap for an exit relay. DMCA Notices Ignored! Code: 30% off (JYB301) If you look for LT servers we don’t have any exit servers! (2) LT is a privacy country sadly this is the best service for LT. Only good host for LT Tor exit relays. We need more servers in LT!
ShinJiru .com
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: Yes
BG, NL, HK LT, LU, MY, RU, SG

AS16276 - OVH SAS
I am running an exit for 8 months but make sure you block all abuse ports. Add port 80 showing its tor relay with nginx. I’m having no problems. “Hello, We want to avoid getting DCMA notice, because of this we ca not provide any VPS for exit relays.”
Unlimited bandwidth: $2/month
Shape .Host
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: Yes
US, EU

AS25198
Haven’t used but Unlimited bandwidth: 10gbps unmetered
zetservers .com
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: No
DE, NL, RO, FR, IT, UK

Haven’t used but 1gbps unmetered.
leasedlayer .com
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: No
US, NL

1gbps unmetered
Dreamhost .com
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: No
US

10gbps - 10TB $5/month
edgevirt .com
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: No
US, NL

Fair Use on BandWidth but still good for 20-30 Mibs 24/7 (10-15TB per month) $5/month. Hard to read website.
venocix .de
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: ?
Doesn’t show any country

Not Allowed Torrent, Tor, VPN services. They have plans $5/yearly. Unlimited Bandwidth, Direct Admin. Code: (50OFF). This would be really good for Bridges because its really cheap per year. Read TOS.
Hostaku .com
Bridges: Yes!
Relay: ?
Exit: No
Las Vegas, LU

$1.66/month $28/yearly “Unmetered Network” Nothing in TOS about Tor. My not brust over 95% of CPU usage for over 5 minutes. Read the “AUP”.
vpscheap .net
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: No
Doesn’t show any country

DMCA Notices Ignored. Way too much money.
ServerTrafficweb .com
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: Yes
NL

$15/month 1gbps unmetered
Oceanohost .com
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: Yes
Italy, Finland, Spain, Germany, Canda, LU

$5/month 1gbps unmetered Code 5% off: (VPS5OFF)
veebie .org
Bridges: Yes
Relay: Yes
Exit: Yes
US,UK,NL

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Hello @CookieMonster22,

Thats good news, thanks a lot for your info.
It would be good to share it with everyone by creating a pull request on GitLab to update the torproject website !

Create a fork, update the page content with your info and then pull request to the main branch. Then tor moderators will look your request.

Thanks

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256 MB RAM for that price. How does your exit node usually perform with so little memory?

Updated Above:

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From this I gather that OVH explicitly told you not to use their VPS as a Tor exit. This is backed up from the section on OVH on the Good-Bad ISP overview. Don’t you think their policy should be respected? Forgive my directness, but I think it’s a poor lookout reputation-wise for Tor in general if operators are seen breaking hoster terms of service, even when explicitly told that exits are forbidden.

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