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  • @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

  • Don't know why, the name C1V always make me remember ChicagoVps days! :smile:

  • @niceboy said:
    Don't know why, the name C1V always make me remember ChicagoVps days! :smile:

    But I still have an OpenVZ with ChicagoVPS and it's working rock solid, 200 days of uptime strides. I'm also selling it BTW :D

    Thanked by 1niceboy
  • I don't understand understand what is the point in paying for WHMCS licence. No tickets, email for support, service are activated manually as well. 😁

  • @nvme every customer is special & VIP at c1vhosting.

  • @loay said:

    @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

    If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up. Some server motherboards have a remote management protocol. Hopefully that's not exposed to the world.

  • @davide said: If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up.

    I could not figure the issue with their setup. I usually remove the SSH host key and then try to connect, the new connection has the same key so I am not sure there was any change with it. Try to compare both keys with yours.

  • NeoonNeoon Community Contributor, Veteran

    @davide said:

    @loay said:

    @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

    If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up. Some server motherboards have a remote management protocol. Hopefully that's not exposed to the world.

    Might be just as simple as having 2 VM's allocated the same IP using DHCP.
    Does not mean its MITM, could be though.

  • davidedavide Member
    edited September 2023

    @Neoon said:

    @davide said:

    @loay said:

    @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

    If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up. Some server motherboards have a remote management protocol. Hopefully that's not exposed to the world.

    Might be just as simple as having 2 VM's allocated the same IP using DHCP.
    Does not mean its MITM, could be though.

    I entered the password and logged into the new host though. It was mine.

  • @davide said:

    @Neoon said:

    @davide said:

    @loay said:

    @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

    If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up. Some server motherboards have a remote management protocol. Hopefully that's not exposed to the world.

    Might be just as simple as having 2 VM's allocated the same IP using DHCP.
    Does not mean its MITM, could be though.

    I entered the password and logged into the new host though. It was mine.

    then check the SSH keys in the VPS, is it changed?

  • davidedavide Member
    edited September 2023

    @kuticon said:

    @davide said:

    @Neoon said:

    @davide said:

    @loay said:

    @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

    If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up. Some server motherboards have a remote management protocol. Hopefully that's not exposed to the world.

    Might be just as simple as having 2 VM's allocated the same IP using DHCP.
    Does not mean its MITM, could be though.

    I entered the password and logged into the new host though. It was mine.

    then check the SSH keys in the VPS, is it changed?

    Nope, from the backups I see that all the keys are the same since the day of installation.

    I don't want to be pessimistic but this looks pessimistic.

    Thanked by 1inthecloudblog
  • @davide said:

    @kuticon said:

    @davide said:

    @Neoon said:

    @davide said:

    @loay said:

    @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

    If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up. Some server motherboards have a remote management protocol. Hopefully that's not exposed to the world.

    Might be just as simple as having 2 VM's allocated the same IP using DHCP.
    Does not mean its MITM, could be though.

    I entered the password and logged into the new host though. It was mine.

    then check the SSH keys in the VPS, is it changed?

    Nope, from the backups I see that all the keys are the same since the day of installation.

    I don't want to be pessimistic but this looks pessimistic.

    which SSH client you using?

  • @kuticon said:

    @davide said:

    @kuticon said:

    @davide said:

    @Neoon said:

    @davide said:

    @loay said:

    @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

    If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up. Some server motherboards have a remote management protocol. Hopefully that's not exposed to the world.

    Might be just as simple as having 2 VM's allocated the same IP using DHCP.
    Does not mean its MITM, could be though.

    I entered the password and logged into the new host though. It was mine.

    then check the SSH keys in the VPS, is it changed?

    Nope, from the backups I see that all the keys are the same since the day of installation.

    I don't want to be pessimistic but this looks pessimistic.

    which SSH client you using?

    The usual, openssh-client.

  • loayloay Member
    edited September 2023

    @davide said: The usual, openssh-client.

    This is not just an ssh problem, when the key changes for me both openvpn and the webserver connections are down too. I can login through the vnc console though! I do not think it is a MITM.

  • davidedavide Member
    edited September 2023

    @loay said:

    @davide said: The usual, openssh-client.

    This is not just an ssh problem, when the key changes for me both openvpn and the webserver connections are down too. I can login through the vnc console though! I do not think it is a MITM.

    I also had half the nodejs processes lose connectivity, and remained unreachable until the LXC container was rebooted. That's when the SSH server started to serve wrong keys.

  • @Neoon said:

    @davide said:

    @loay said:

    @kuticon said: login to your client panel, get the service id and email them with it. I get a reply in ~24 hours.

    Already contacted them through the contact center email. The same Luca also is the contact center so he already know the problem from my communication with him in the DMs for over a week. In the email he denied the issue and kept asking me to reinstall an os again when the issue at the first place is the installation of their isos and the network problem that he knew about.

    If we get MITM kind of stuff over SSH something is totally fucked up. Some server motherboards have a remote management protocol. Hopefully that's not exposed to the world.

    Might be just as simple as having 2 VM's allocated the same IP using DHCP.
    Does not mean its MITM, could be though.

    They don't have DHCP in their routers.

  • davidedavide Member
    edited September 2023

    Seems like Luca gave us the goodnight.

    Yaaawn.

    But admittedly it's understandable, 98% of his income is mailed to the Italian tax office. The remaining 2% are bribes to avoid paying more.

  • davidedavide Member
    edited September 2023

    @loay said:

    @davide said: The usual, openssh-client.

    This is not just an ssh problem, when the key changes for me both openvpn and the webserver connections are down too. I can login through the vnc console though! I do not think it is a MITM.

    I think there is a MITM because the pub key generated from the host's private key does not exist in the client's known_hosts.

    To verify, you can wipe the ~/.ssh/known_hosts file on the client (take backup), then connect to the host forcing ECDSA, like so:

    ssh -o HostKeyAlgorithms=ecdsa-sha2-nistp256,ecdsa-sha2-nistp384,ecdsa-sha2-nistp521 hostname
    

    this will prompt you to accept the "new" key from the host (because you deleted the existing keys in known_hosts) and will insert the SSH server's key into your new known_hosts.

    Then, from the host type

    ssh-keygen -y -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_ecdsa_key | cut -d' ' -f 2
    

    this prints the public ECDSA key of the host, which MUST exist in the client's known_hosts file.

    YET IT DOES NOT.

    I think the SSH client is connecting to a third party.

  • @davide said: I think the SSH client is connecting to a third party.

    I stopped the SSH service and stopped/shutdown the vps but it still asks me for a password.

    @c1vhosting you can comment here, this is not a support request.

  • loayloay Member
    edited September 2023

    The server status (also the vnc console)

    uptime

  • davidedavide Member
    edited September 2023

    @loay said:
    I stopped the SSH service and stopped/shutdown the vps but it still asks me for a password.

    @c1vhosting you can comment here, this is not a support request.

    Because you have password-less authentication? What if you SSH into the server from the same server? Maybe the MITM doesn't grab the pub key to spoof the password-less authentication.

  • loayloay Member
    edited September 2023

    @davide said: Because you have password-less authentication? What if you SSH into the server from the same server? Maybe the MITM doesn't grab the pub key to spoof the password-less authentication.

    The vps is down/stopped but its IP is still pingable and ssh seems to think there is a server running and asks me for a password (yes I do password-less authentication!). I tried pinging the vps ip from different locations and the seems to be up and I think this is why my monitor is not detecting the c1vhosting downtime.

  • c1vhostingc1vhosting Member, Patron Provider

    @loay said:
    The server status (also the vnc console)

    uptime

    That’s clear, thank you! Please dm with service id/ IPv4 so I can fix your issue in a while

  • @c1vhosting said: That’s clear, thank you! Please dm with service id/ IPv4 so I can fix your issue in a while

    Hey Luca,

    Already sent this to you two week ago, in the DMs, panel tickets and "contact center" email.

  • c1vhostingc1vhosting Member, Patron Provider

    @loay said:

    @c1vhosting said: That’s clear, thank you! Please dm with service id/ IPv4 so I can fix your issue in a while

    Hey Luca,

    Already sent this to you two week ago, in the DMs, panel tickets and "contact center" email.

    Please just DM me it thanks

  • @c1vhosting said: Please just DM me it thanks

    For others to know about this. My offer is through DMs, he already have my email and he previously requested a support ticket ID that I sent to him two weeks ago. Previous screenshot shows the time of the autoreply from their system.

    My support ticket: #138307 (since 14 September)

  • c1vhostingc1vhosting Member, Patron Provider

    @loay said:

    @c1vhosting said: Please just DM me it thanks

    For others to know about this. My offer is through DMs, he already have my email and he previously requested a support ticket ID that I sent to him two weeks ago. Previous screenshot shows the time of the autoreply from their system.

    My support ticket: #138307 (since 14 September)

    Thank you!

  • davidedavide Member
    edited September 2023

    @loay said:
    For others to know about this. My offer is through DMs, he already have my email and he previously requested a support ticket ID that I sent to him two weeks ago. Previous screenshot shows the time of the autoreply from their system.

    Yeah but consider the price, and the fraction he actually gets of that. He basically makes zero or even loses on these deals.

  • @davide said: Yeah but consider the price, and the fraction he actually gets of that.

    Yeah, it is charity at this point.

  • davidedavide Member
    edited September 2023

    @loay said:
    Yeah, it is charity at this point.

    A fully-taxed charity :/
    It feels sad to acknowledge that this business with international competitors runs from Italy.
    I'm really happy to have a MITM for this price.

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