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How to make it harder for a VPS provider to access my data?

I know it is impossible to completely prevent a host from accessing the data of a virtual machine (as noted here, here and here), but I think there is value in making it harder to do so. Bare metal servers aren’t always an option, and they are much more expensive.

Here is the threat model I have in mind:

  • Buy a VPS from a fairly small company, maybe even one managed by a single person
  • Harden the VPS as much as reasonably possible
  • Rogue government entity demands all the server’s data
  • The company may not have the time, knowledge or resources to circumvent the hardening
  • The company provides only the encrypted data to the government entity

Of course, said government entity could simply demand direct access to the host machine, but even then, it may still require them a good amount of time to figure it out, by which point the VPS owner may have caught on to what’s happening and wiped it clean.

This leads me to my question. Given the typical steps a system administrator may take to obtain data from a virtual machine, what could one do to make this process harder?

Edit: Here is what I have done so far: encrypt the boot partition (GRUB bootloader supports encryption), encrypt the root partition, encrypt the home directory w/ unmounting on logout, use linux-hardened, disable USB via kernel parameters (I am unsure if this helps?)

ISP provider does not giving permission to change my router password

We have got a new connection from a local ISP provider, the provider supplied a router and other few devices, then he has configured the device with a password, but he does not allow us to reset or change the password for own. means we are unable to configure anything from our side, Is this good secure for our personal data?

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Context no recibe las props del provider

Tengo un context:

import React, { Component } from 'react';  export const BarContext = React.createContext();  class BarProvider extends Component {   state = {     isLoggedIn: false,   }     render() {     const { isLoggedIn } = this.state;     return (                 <BarContext.Provider value={            {             isLoggedIn,           }         }>           {this.props.children}         </BarContext.Provider>     );   } }  export default BarProvider; 

Quiero acceder al state isLoggedIn en toda la app, por lo que he hecho un high order component.

import React, {Component} from 'react' import {BarContext} from '../context/index';  const withBarContext = (Comp) => {   return class withBarContext extends Component {     render() {       return(         <BarContext.Consumer>           {(isLoggedIn) => (             <Comp               isLoggedIn={isLoggedIn}              {...this.props}             />           )}         </BarContext.Consumer>       )     }   } }  export default withBarContext; 

La propiedad que me llega a la pagina home, es undefined… y no sé por qué! he usado este codigo, de manera similar en otras ocasiones y no me ha dado problema alguno!

He replicado el caso en un codesandbox

How to connect to a database in SQL Sever Management Studio (SSMS) using Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server

After asking this question, I realized that the true slowness comes from SQL Server Engine, and I used tons of things and still no success.

However, I created a connection.udl file on desktop and tried to connect to my localhost via different providers and via different connection string combinations.

I realized that when I use localhost instead of . and use Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server, the connection is almost instantaneous and truly fast.

Now I want to be able to connect to SQL Server via SSMS using that provider. But I don’t know how. Could you please help.

How can I login in SSMS, using ‘Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server’?