Which attacks can a rogue hosting company carry against the servers it hosts? Assume that the rogue hosting company also provides full access to law enforcement.
I was just wondering about that. So much effort people go though to secure their servers and all NSA needs to do is to force the hosting company to provide direct access, make them take a snapshot or whatever...
Also assume that you followed all good security practices, and you have downloaded and flashed the OS by yourself and it's up to date.
Also assume Full Disk Encryption, and DDR3 RAM memory.
I want to know mostly about attacks on run-time but at rest too.
Edit: to clarify I'm not asking about remote attacks a server normally faces from a hacker in his home, like a SQL injection or brute force on SSH. But attacks that are possibly only from the hosting company and nobody else. (One example I see is the hosting company taking a snapshot of your server and run it somewhere else).