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Well it turns out I had a VPS a few months ago, and I canceled it, turns out they canceled my billing, but never canceled my VPS, so I am basically using a free VPS. I have no idea what I should put on it, any ideas?


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closed as off topic by Iain, Ben Pilbrow, Tom O'Connor, jscott, Kyle Brandt Dec 29 '10 at 13:15

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Call them, and notify of them of their error. You're technically commiting theft and/or fraud. – Tom O'Connor Dec 29 '10 at 13:08
Definitely contact them. Legal or not, it's likely a violation of your contract with them (likely their violating the contract too by keeping your 'server' online when you've requested it be taken off. – Chris S Dec 29 '10 at 13:53

Don't put anything important... you might find it disappear one day.

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DNS, remote logging or using it as a VPN are some pretty good ideas.

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folding @ home. Make the most of accidental goodwill, never know, might cure cancer.

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