/dev/null/v services for the public

/dev/null/v services for the public imprint

/dev/null/v is an endeavour where number one priority is ease of mind!
You will never have to accept tracking cookies, worry that data is being sold
or that the sites will be ad plastered to cover costs.

Location: Germany, Frankfurt
Therefore german law, but also a heavy german data security applies.



Hardware
CPU: 24 x Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-10920X CPU @ 4GHz
RAM: 256GB DDR4-2666
DISK: 4x2TB SSD(SanDisk SDSSDH3 2T0) HWRAID 10(adaptec 6805)
NET: 10GBps with 250GBps DDoS Protection
IPs: /26 IPv4 range and /48 IPv6 range



Services ran by /dev/null/v
  • mastodon instance ieji.de
  • scuttlebutt pub scuttlebutt.de
  • doedns.de authorative dns service
  • manjaro.re public manjaro mirror updated in 7 min interval
  • kirillpokrovsky.de mirror of Kirill Pokrovskys website
  • halcyon.pro halcyon interface for mastodon
  • radiorivendell.de relay (fixing)
  • retro.re retro radio
  • private music cd player navidrome.de
  • owne.de gameserver network
  • tsdns.cc tsdns service
  • n2n.su public n2n supernode
  • ferdi.li public ferdi account server
  • 230.li recursive private dns (public function ceased since provider forbade it)
  • framadate instances frama.date (working on it, bugged since last move)
  • mumble server mumble.be (in the making)
  • DeutschPatch.de a collection of german patches for games
  • Aliencrossfire.de a mirror of a fanpage that previously ran on this domain
  • librespeed.de speedtest
  • jirafeau.de filehoster 1 day + 256MB limit
  • libretranslate.de googlefree translation for common languages
  • almalinux.li mirror since 8.3-rc1
  • gesun.de YAGP Discord bot with premium mode activated
  • ssb.pub hosting sponsored
  • Palemoon asian mirror hosting sponsored


  • Domains currently unused
  • bannerlord.de
  • calradia.de
  • spellbreak.de


  • Abandoned projects:
  • bitwarden.de pw manager

  • there was a bitwarden instance running there until someone almost sued me for phishing attempts
    because I ran a pw manager there and someone tried logging in with their VAULT.BITWARDEN.COM credentials. Dev kindly asked me to remove it,
    and was given the auth code lately so he now owns the domain. Thanks for the generous gift Kyle!



    If you want to support with the high server costs, you can donate money via bunq