Knowledgebase
How can I enable SSH access on my account?
Posted by Hazel G. on 13 August 2011 01:25 PM

You are allowed to use SSH on your account. as long as it doesn't violate our shell usage policies. To enable shell access to your account, you must contact us with a valid reason why you need it.

Please email us a copy of your drivers license, passport, or any valid government issue photo ID to our support team, please be sure to include your domain name with the submission so we know what account to reference.

Shell Account Policies

  • Any type of compilation of any sort from C, C++ programs.
  • IRC are not permitted on any of the accounts given.
  • Hacking attempts, scanning will result a termination of your account.
  • High load average during your shell session will not be permitted or tolerated.
  • Bouncers, BNC are not permitted on shell accounts given.
  • Snooping through system files or directories is consider a "hacking" attempt and will result in account termination.

Shell access is a privilege to use and should not be abused, suspension of shell will result if abused.

(4 vote(s))
Helpful
Not helpful

Comments (0)
Post a new comment
 
 
Full Name:
Email:
Comments:
CAPTCHA Verification 
 
Please enter the text you see in the image into the textbox below (we use this to prevent automated submissions).