No offence taken. I actually run three servers atm. One on a VPS. An two on MC Gamerserver packages (I.E. BeastNode). I am simply looking for a way to run three servers still but consolidated and on one plan. Perhaps I am not being clear or am just not understanding. With 3 Game servers I have no root access, so I cannot create different directories, or run a website (linked specifically to that server, of course I could always use a 3rd part webhost company), and things of that nature. Essentially by running with a GameServer I am an Administrator and not an owner/leasee and thus am restricted with what I can do.
On the other hand, with my current VPS I have full root access. That is what I use to run my solder repo, various scripts, did an installation of LAMP, etc. Unfortunately that VPS is restricted to 4GB. With my VPS I also run a server on my it and have total control over it. I have created various shell scripts for autobackup, restarters, crash detectors, an optimized launcher, etc. Various thing that normally come inherent in purchasing a GameServer. I am allowed to do this (the consumer is allowed to do this) because I own the VPS, or in some cases, that portion of the VPS and have root access to it. What I am looking for is a way to consolidate. Perhaps have one good solid VPS (like the link above) or one Dedicated Box on one bill with multiple servers. Granted I may need to purchase more IPs or whathaveyou and assign the different servers to different IPs (for example my current VPS box has two IP addresses, so theoretically I could run two servers off of it) even though they are running off the same box, but I am not at that stage yet. I am just looking for a good hosting plan in general that is affordable. And perhaps this thread would be able to compile a list of good Hosting companies.
I am not sure what you mean by running into issues with the law along with hijacked servers. Perhaps I am misunderstanding terms or just mis-communicating in general.
All good, seems like I was wrong.
Maybe look at OVH or SoYouStart (also OVH). They have cheap hardware and a DDoS protection (more or less).