Thank you @Mr_McFearson for starting this thread.
Just got my account activated,
At first i need to notice that I might have published it a bit early, but since i was using it myself for almost a month though there is no reason to wait much longer.
Fixed yesterday, the issue appeared because there are 3 different names for a variable which is setting a codiusd fee. (COST_PER_MONTH, etc.). Supporting all now.
Regarding trust and security concerns:
Source code of the client software is available here: https://github.com/opahopa/cmonitorcli . Anyone welcome to check it and insure that it doesn't access any sensitive information such as `.moneyd.json`. Need to note that originally i was building this project for own usage and the codebase isn't the best (didn't spend time on documenting, etc) If you want any comments on code please contact me.
Workflow is simple: client software open a secure websocket connection with the API which is mirrors the requests to user interface and the over way around. All the data transferred over SSL. Client is only accepting a limited amount of commands (https://github.com/opahopa/cmonitorcli/blob/master/services/monitor_service.py) and interpret them by itself, which means nothing except that particular commands can be executed on the server through this client (basically it's changing the codius fee and restarting the codiusd-related services at the moment) => even in case if your https://codiusmonitor.com account will get compromised, there is no harm can be done except changing a fee on your hosts / restarting the services. It's like a firewall with only whitelisted IPs(commands) having access to server.
In addition, no data is stored at the codiusmonitor.com servers except of the authorization data. "cmoncli" save the stats directly at your server in open sqlite database.
I guess in terms of real danger for codius hosts the actual issue now is that wallet secret is openly stored in `.money.json` and the servers list is openly available. (vulnerabilities scanning, brutforce)
Happy to address any further questions.
If you have any issues with the software or ideas for improvements please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitter for future updates https://twitter.com/codiusmonitor