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That could be hosted anywhere - I mean anywhere! You could get any host you want for $1 a month and host a page like that.
I could host a site like that off my $15 a year vps I use as a shell account
Do search for cheap hosting - pick the cheapest one, there you go. If you really wanted and you got someone's home account that allows 80 inbound. You could host it off that as well.
Put it up somewhere, be it free hosting your ISP gives you would prob work as well. Then once you hire someone that might do something with the server have them pick your server. Looking for anything other than your run of the mill < $50 year for hosting a website is time wasted on some static html site that might get 3 visitors
I have a $120 a year account with http://dreamhost.com/ that has hosted everything I could think of from custom php to ruby on rails, etc. etc. pretty much unlimited everything.. I could send you like a $50 off code for your first year if you want! Just let me know.
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For what I need can not beat the cost, running ubuntu 11.04 on it - setup openvpn so I can use it if needed to tunnel my traffic, say my home connection is down. I can shell to it whenever I need to do testing I might need.
One thing that ****ed me off a bit is they have nmap restricted in the kernel so you can not really run nmap as root, which you need to be able to do some tests with. If that was not the case I would prob get another in NY so I would have one on each coast to do testing from.
You can find lots of lowcost vps from here
prob going to look at some some of the others that are at the same pricepoint that don't restrict nmap as root.
Posted 02 October 2012 - 22:46