To To 1. At noon on the 13th, Tencent Cloud added Singapore and Silicon Valley to its lightweight regions, with 30M bandwidth, and a monthly payment of 24 yuan. After use, users reported that Singapore Telecom used GIA, and China Unicom went back to the United States and connected directly to China Mobile. After the numerous machine friends struggled, the lightweight servers in Singapore were out of stock as of the date of publication. The official announcement stated that it would be restocked within a week. It is understood that Tencent Cloud also plans to launch a lightweight application server in Hong Kong in the near future. 2. On the 14th, Tencent Lightweight Hong Kong opened its internal beta application channel. After application, it will be activated through the queue. 3. On the 15th, Dachangyun warned that a certain local law enforcement agency was tracking and investigating illegal businesses on AWSAGA services. The cloud administrator of Gu Dachang said that he learned from his own "reliable source" that XXXX is investigating the AWSGlobalAccelerator service. It is speculated that the previously exposed * used AGA acceleration service. It is understood that Dachangyun, like Xiaomantou, is a merchant selling monthly products including AGA. The authenticity of the news cannot be fully verified at this time. 4. On the 15th, Microsoft made another move, and a large number of unusual Azure 3500 public welfare subscriptions were cancelled. This subscription can get a free annual quota of 3,500 US dollars. An activated account is worth about 1,000 yuan in the market, and an unactivated account is also worth about 300 yuan. Many people suffered heavy losses in the rollover accident. Some people think that Microsoft's sudden big move is related to the recent script scanning behavior. In response to the increasing flood of education and public welfare subscriptions, Microsoft's risk control is becoming more radical. On the 5th and 16th, i·D·T·pay and Payt·a·r·o (interval processing here) that provide payment services for extensions were suspected of being investigated. Several machines have issued urgent notices. Please pay attention to protecting your private information when purchasing machines. On the 6th and 17th, 7 Hong Kong (you know) applications exposed 20 million user data. These seven products are all from the same Hong Kong developer DreamfiiHK Limited. They all use the same server, and the data is stored on an unprotected Elasticsearch instance in a public server. And these (you know) privacy policies promise "no log" services, and facts have proved that these promises are false. On the 7th and 19th, HKServersolution (HKSS), an important CN2-GIA vendor in West America, announced today that it would close its site. The official TG announced that it will continue to provide services to users at the new site. LAX-GIA/LAX high-bandwidth will be migrated to DMIT , If you renew the contract, you plan to change to the new site. At present, the new site does not seem to be ready, and it is still in a state of interruption at the time of publication. This move seems very hasty, and its situation is worrying. Soon after HKSS issued the announcement, CNIX, another larger service provider, issued a notice stating that the overall service of the Shanghai-US IEPL’s US native IP public network export bandwidth supply was packaged and resold to merchants with Chinese-funded backgrounds and decided to change service providers. It is understood that HKSS is also the upstream of IDC such as moecloud, and also provides some GIA line services for bricklayers. On the 8th and 20th, the Global Hosting Forum (HostLoc), a well-known exchange community in China’s VPS industry, cleaned up zombies and swiped semicolons today. Hundreds of IDs have been blocked. This action caused many silent members to "safeguard". The never seen ID surfaced. The forum has always upheld the invitation registration system, and selling invitation codes has long been an open secret. On the 9th and 20th, the Fortune Forum was closed due to the disruption of capital flow. According to the announcement issued by the domain name holder, the cause of the incident was an irreconcilable conflict between the manager and the manager. The funder accused the manager of defaulting on the loan and spoke badly, and he has no ability to continue to fund the operation of the website. At present, the forum It is closed and ready to be sold. Fortune Forum is a website focusing on virtual product transactions. Welcome to follow the VPS signal flag and select the most valuable information for you: https://t.me/vps_xhq
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