ssh to the ip provided to you using the cyberian user.
$ ssh email@example.com
The cyberian user has passwordless sudo access by default. This should work:
# Linux $ sudo su - # OpenBSD $ doas su -
We do, but right now it's a manual process. Shoot us an email and we'll get it done.
Your VM will be deleted. You will receive coal. You will be banned from our minetest server. We will attempt to give you ample warning before nuking a server, but that's no guarantee.
We associate an email address with every VM so that we can track payment and respond to support requests.
If you pay with a credit card, Stripe sends some additional details about you that we literally cannot delete.
Make it into a mailserver, a bitcoin miner, a VPN host, whatever.
We place no restrictions on what you can do, as long as it's not illegal. Don't get us in trouble.
Can we? Technically yes. Will we? Never. It would violate the trust that our customers have in us. We have no interest in touching client VMs after they're running. If you lose access to your VM, that's on you.