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I am putting this as a separate answer, to draw attention to it. The above question is a very common issue - "I want security, but don't want the effort of security. So I am going to cut corners on my security" Your system will be insecure. The overhead of managing customers' keys will be about the same as the overhead of managing their passwords. People ...


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You have no control over what the VPS is logging. They may be logging all communications, or none. There's no way for you to control it and no way for you to know what they are doing. The VPS provider is subject to all laws for its locale including search warrants. If you are looking for anonymity, consider Tor.



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