Aeza.net - Ryzen Sweden 1 core, 4gb ram for 1 eur per month(recurring)

edited March 8 in General

So their promo plan is back in stock and I thought I will let you guys know, the value for this 1 eur is insane. The offer is recurring, and you can go even lower than 1 eur by paying annually. It also features Datapacket/CDN77 transit(or tunnel) and DDoS protection, 100Mbps "unlimited" bandwidth.
I have no idea how many they have in stock, but it must be a lot since they went live yesterday and still aren't sold out.

Very comfy plan for testing/dns/whatever.


https://aeza.net/virtual-servers

Promo plan rules:

YABS

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Basic System Information:
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Uptime     : 
Processor  : AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor
CPU cores  : 1 @ 3593.248 MHz
AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled
RAM        : 3.8 GiB
Swap       : 512.0 MiB
Disk       : 9.8 GiB
Distro     : Debian GNU/Linux 12 (bookworm)
Kernel     : 6.1.0-18-amd64
VM Type    : KVM
IPv4/IPv6  : ✔ Online / ✔ Online

IPv4 Network Information:
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ISP        : Aeza International LTD
ASN        : AS210644 AEZA INTERNATIONAL LTD
Host       : Aeza International LTD
Location   : Stockholm, Stockholm County (AB)
Country    : Sweden

fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50) (Partition /dev/vda2):
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Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
  ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
Read       | 3.98 MB/s      (996) | 63.77 MB/s     (996)
Write      | 4.01 MB/s     (1.0k) | 64.18 MB/s    (1.0k)
Total      | 7.99 MB/s     (1.9k) | 127.96 MB/s   (1.9k)
           |                      |
Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
  ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
Read       | 498.99 MB/s    (974) | 1.01 GB/s      (991)
Write      | 525.50 MB/s   (1.0k) | 1.08 GB/s     (1.0k)
Total      | 1.02 GB/s     (2.0k) | 2.09 GB/s     (2.0k)

iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
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Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed      | Ping
-----           | -----                     | ----            | ----            | ----
Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 109 Mbits/sec   | 18.7 Mbits/sec  | 31.8 ms
Eranium         | Amsterdam, NL (10G)       | 110 Mbits/sec   | 95.0 Mbits/sec  | 29.8 ms
HOSTKEY         | Helsinki, FI (10G)        | 110 Mbits/sec   | 18.1 Mbits/sec  | 15.1 ms
Uztelecom       | Tashkent, UZ (10G)        | 106 Mbits/sec   | 17.6 Mbits/sec  | 83.8 ms
Leaseweb        | Singapore, SG (10G)       | 93.9 Mbits/sec  | 26.9 Mbits/sec  | 190 ms
Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 99.5 Mbits/sec  | 6.50 Mbits/sec  | 153 ms
Leaseweb        | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 103 Mbits/sec   | 25.4 Mbits/sec  | 109 ms
Edgoo           | Sao Paulo, BR (1G)        | 95.8 Mbits/sec  | 5.03 Mbits/sec  | 193 ms

iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv6):
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Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed      | Ping
-----           | -----                     | ----            | ----            | ----
Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 108 Mbits/sec   | 86.0 Mbits/sec  | 32.0 ms
Eranium         | Amsterdam, NL (10G)       | busy            | 89.0 Mbits/sec  | 37.4 ms
Uztelecom       | Tashkent, UZ (10G)        | 104 Mbits/sec   | 39.9 Mbits/sec  | 83.8 ms
Leaseweb        | Singapore, SG (10G)       | 85.8 Mbits/sec  | 50.1 Mbits/sec  | 188 ms
Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 97.7 Mbits/sec  | 34.1 Mbits/sec  | 153 ms
Leaseweb        | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 103 Mbits/sec   | 39.7 Mbits/sec  | 108 ms
Edgoo           | Sao Paulo, BR (1G)        | 96.0 Mbits/sec  | 40.1 Mbits/sec  | 193 ms

Geekbench 6 Benchmark Test:
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Test            | Value
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Single Core     | 1219
Multi Core      | 1226
Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v6/cpu/5234319

YABS completed in 27 min 15 sec
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Comments

  • no paypal -- its always scary to add card info.

    Thanked by (2)cold carlin0
  • @ehab said:
    no paypal -- its always scary to add card info.

    It's not. Get some Privacy.com/Revolut or any other FinTech with 'disposable / one time' cards and problem is gone.

    Thanked by (1)ehab

    Haven't bought a single service in VirMach Great Ryzen 2022 - 2023 Flash Sale.
    https://lowendspirit.com/uploads/editor/gi/ippw0lcmqowk.png

  • edited March 9

    @ehab said:
    no paypal -- its always scary to add card info.

    Use crypto :)
    You can get it locally and without KYC on https://agoradesk.com/

    If you go with Monero, https://featherwallet.org/ (desktop), https://cakewallet.com/ (mobile)

  • Is this Russian company?

    Filen.io - use this link to signup and we both get extra 10GB free.
    https://filen.io/r/4d472d5cdb57f6663621a251065e0b51

  • edited March 9

    @MGarbis said:
    Is this Russian company?

    Their "Global" division with a company in UK, but yeah, they are a Russian company.
    Also I'm pretty sure DMCA is ignored on these vps too, Aeza is a known "bulletproof" provider, with several "shell" asn's.

    Should work good like some low-budget reverse-proxy to ignore dmca.

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  • edited March 9

    @ehab said:
    no paypal -- its always scary to add card info.

    It's stripe.com. You get redirected and make the payment there.

  • Also, there's not many free IP addresses on Sweden, so if anyone wants to get it, be fast.

    Alt accounts are allowed too, contacted them on support and they said it's fine.

  • This provider will shutdown your VM randomly (maybe due to memory ballooning) and oversell to hell.

    Don't ask why I know it. I tried it before.
    I even made a keepalive system by heartbeat packet detection and interacting their panel api to boot it again when vm got shutdown. Usually during every 24 hours it can be shut down for average 2 times or more.

    And then after several weeks. They baned my panel api. So I guess the shutdown may be very intended and manually operated by their staff to get more space for overselling.

  • By the way, I paid in year with crypto currency as no Paypal there. And if I remember right, they will add some fees finally when you checkout. So it wasn't that cheap as I looked.

    So I learned a lesson.

  • NeoonNeoon OG
    edited March 9

    @XXSL said:
    This provider will shutdown your VM randomly (maybe due to memory ballooning) and oversell to hell.

    Don't ask why I know it. I tried it before.
    I even made a keepalive system by heartbeat packet detection and interacting their panel api to boot it again when vm got shutdown. Usually during every 24 hours it can be shut down for average 2 times or more.

    And then after several weeks. They baned my panel api. So I guess the shutdown may be very intended and manually operated by their staff to get more space for overselling.

    Challenge accepted.

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  • Wanted to try this, but 5% comission and minimum 5eur on stripe is kinda steep..

  • NeoonNeoon OG
    edited March 9

    @Neoon said:

    @XXSL said:
    This provider will shutdown your VM randomly (maybe due to memory ballooning) and oversell to hell.

    Don't ask why I know it. I tried it before.
    I even made a keepalive system by heartbeat packet detection and interacting their panel api to boot it again when vm got shutdown. Usually during every 24 hours it can be shut down for average 2 times or more.

    And then after several weeks. They baned my panel api. So I guess the shutdown may be very intended and manually operated by their staff to get more space for overselling.

    Challenge accepted.

    You get a cookie that is valid for 1 month.
    If your server doesn't ping you just run:

    curl 'https://my.aeza.net/api/services/mahServiceID/ctl?' --compressed -X POST -H 'Accept: application/json' -H 'Referer: https://my.aeza.net/services/mahServiceID/' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -H 'Authorization: Bearer mahCookey' -H 'Origin: https://my.aeza.net' -H 'Cookie: token=mahCookey' --data-raw '{"action":"resume"}'
    

    Profit, for a more automated way, needs a selenium bot, that logs into your account, grabs the cookie and toggles a resume.
    But can be done on any linux machine without display, just use a virtual screen.

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  • €1.09 * 12 - 12% + 5% = €12.10 ?

  • edited March 9

    @Neoon

    Well done! It will help others who buy in year but can not really use it.

    Profit, for a more automated way, needs a selenium bot, that logs into your account, grabs the cookie and toggles a resume.

    If I remember right they also have other panel which you can pass plain password to a HTTP GET request (no captcha thing) to get the cookie. But I remember password at that panel is not the same as your account in my.aeza.net. So then you need to trick forget password (not sure if something wrong there and it will try to redirect your request to 127.0.0.1 localhost or any else...) at that panel to reset your password there.

  • _MS__MS_ OG
    edited March 9

    @XXSL said:
    This provider will shutdown your VM randomly (maybe due to memory ballooning) and oversell to hell.

    Don't ask why I know it. I tried it before.
    I even made a keepalive system by heartbeat packet detection and interacting their panel api to boot it again when vm got shutdown. Usually during every 24 hours it can be shut down for average 2 times or more.

    And then after several weeks. They baned my panel api. So I guess the shutdown may be very intended and manually operated by their staff to get more space for overselling.

    Is that the €1.63 8GB AMS-PROMO?
    Here's the explanation (translated) for that shutdown, which doesn't happen in this 4GB SWE-PROMO plan.

  • edited March 9

    So you buy a plan with 8G memory but when you use 8G memory (and my case should be around 5G I think) you marked as "RAM overspending".

    This is ridiculous. =)

    And this time at 4GB plan,
    how you can make sure if memory are enough for the overselling and no need to mark people who use the 4GB memory resource what they legally get by paying you?

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  • AbdullahAbdullah Hosting ProviderOG

    MS said:

    @XXSL said:
    This provider will shutdown your VM randomly (maybe due to memory ballooning) and oversell to hell.

    Don't ask why I know it. I tried it before.
    I even made a keepalive system by heartbeat packet detection and interacting their panel api to boot it again when vm got shutdown. Usually during every 24 hours it can be shut down for average 2 times or more.

    And then after several weeks. They baned my panel api. So I guess the shutdown may be very intended and manually operated by their staff to get more space for overselling.

    Is that the €1.63 8GB AMS-PROMO?
    Here's the explanation for that shutdown, which doesn't happen in this 4GB SWE-PROMO plan.

    You Downloading RAM now ?

  • _MS__MS_ OG
    edited March 9

    Just linked their explanation, guys, I'm not their Rep.

    But they should've mentioned this limit in their AMS-PROMO plan description (while they were offering it), that you can use full 8GB continuously for X minutes or hours before the server is shutdown to free up RAM on the node.

    You can see that they've learned from this shutdown issue, and they've started limiting their promo plans, and listing those limits in the plan description.

    @Abdullah said:
    You Downloading RAM now ?

    It's translated text. Blame Lingvanex. It should've been load instead of download.

    Thanked by (1)Abdullah
  • edited March 9

    aaand it's out of stock

    told y'all ;) most likely not coming back to stock anytime soon as they seem to have used all of their just purchased SWE subnets.

  • @ehab said:
    no paypal -- its always scary to add card info.

    same here, also I don't trust pulters

    Thanked by (1)carlin0
  • @XXSL said:
    @Neoon

    Well done! It will help others who buy in year but can not really use it.

    Profit, for a more automated way, needs a selenium bot, that logs into your account, grabs the cookie and toggles a resume.

    If I remember right they also have other panel which you can pass plain password to a HTTP GET request (no captcha thing) to get the cookie. But I remember password at that panel is not the same as your account in my.aeza.net. So then you need to trick forget password (not sure if something wrong there and it will try to redirect your request to 127.0.0.1 localhost or any else...) at that panel to reset your password there.

    What captcha? It works fine, just wrote something that can login and grabs all cookies.

  • Loading config
    Token not found, grabbing token
    Starting virtual display
    Using Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 10; K) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/122.0.0.0 Mobile Safari/537.36 
    Stopping virtual display
    Got TOKAAAAN xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    Saving TOKAAAAN
    Fetching services info
    Checking 711935
    711935 is suspended
    Unsuspended 711935
    

    https://github.com/Ne00n/aeza
    works fine.

    Thanked by (1)wankel
  • Never had problems with Aeza.
    Why is a security problem to add a card to Stripe? I don't see something dramatic there.

    Thanked by (1)zgato
  • edited March 12

    Back in stock 🤑
    My VPS works just fine, 0 issues with it so far.

    Thanked by (2)sh97 zgato
  • Back in stock again :)

    Beware, you have to pay minimum €5. I chose 6 month billing cycle for a total of €6.25 / 6 months recurring.
    You get a /48 ipv6 subnet, but it's not configured by default in the debian 12 image.

    Will post YABS when it finishes.

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    Basic System Information:
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    Uptime     : 0 days, 1 hours, 16 minutes
    Processor  : AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor
    CPU cores  : 1 @ 3599.996 MHz
    AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ❌ Disabled
    RAM        : 3.8 GiB
    Swap       : 512.0 MiB
    Disk       : 9.8 GiB
    Distro     : Debian GNU/Linux 12 (bookworm)
    Kernel     : 6.1.0-18-amd64
    VM Type    : KVM
    IPv4/IPv6  : ✔ Online / ❌ Offline
    
    IPv4 Network Information:
    ---------------------------------
    ISP        : INFOBOX
    ASN        : Unknown
    Host       : Infobox
    Location   : St Petersburg, St.-Petersburg (SPE)
    Country    : Russia
    
    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50) (Partition /dev/vda2):
    ---------------------------------
    Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 3.98 MB/s      (996) | 63.76 MB/s     (996)
    Write      | 4.01 MB/s     (1.0k) | 64.18 MB/s    (1.0k)
    Total      | 7.99 MB/s     (1.9k) | 127.94 MB/s   (1.9k)
               |                      |
    Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 483.86 MB/s    (945) | 980.94 MB/s    (957)
    Write      | 509.57 MB/s    (995) | 1.04 GB/s     (1.0k)
    Total      | 993.43 MB/s   (1.9k) | 2.02 GB/s     (1.9k)
    
    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
    ---------------------------------
    Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed      | Ping
    -----           | -----                     | ----            | ----            | ----
    Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 109 Mbits/sec   | 86.4 Mbits/sec  | 35.2 ms
    Eranium         | Amsterdam, NL (10G)       | busy            | busy            | 28.9 ms
    HOSTKEY         | Helsinki, FI (10G)        | 110 Mbits/sec   | 97.3 Mbits/sec  | 14.9 ms
    Uztelecom       | Tashkent, UZ (10G)        | 106 Mbits/sec   | 87.8 Mbits/sec  | 87.0 ms
    Leaseweb        | Singapore, SG (10G)       | 92.2 Mbits/sec  | 54.3 Mbits/sec  | 190 ms
    Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 99.8 Mbits/sec  | 37.5 Mbits/sec  | 163 ms
    Leaseweb        | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 103 Mbits/sec   | 67.5 Mbits/sec  | 107 ms
    Edgoo           | Sao Paulo, BR (1G)        | 96.3 Mbits/sec  | 20.9 Mbits/sec  | 195 ms
    
    Geekbench 6 Benchmark Test:
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    Test            | Value
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    Single Core     | 1599
    Multi Core      | 1590
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v6/cpu/5316623
    
    YABS completed in 26 min 26 sec
    
  • havochavoc OGContent Writer

    Thanks!

    Grabbed one...should be good for an upcoming project.

  • how is the ip reputation?

  • @lapua said:
    how is the ip reputation?

    Mine is 100% clean, checked on ipvoid/hetrix/spamhaus/abuseipdb.

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  • @treesmokah said:

    @lapua said:
    how is the ip reputation?

    Mine is 100% clean, checked on ipvoid/hetrix/spamhaus/abuseipdb.

    you're most likely assigned to 77.221.136.0/22 (or 77.221.140.0/22) and those are new IP blocks that they've just migrated.

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