Hopefully they can keep spam under control. Easy free hosting sites are very common targets for phishing pages, sometimes to the point where the entire domain needs to be blocked on Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, etc because spammer use their free subdomains for phishing.
I used to help run a free web host (long time ago, maybe 15 years ago now) and even though it was a post-to-host host that required active forum participation to create a hosting account, we’d still have accounts with phishing pages, either accidentally (insecure passwords, hacked WordPress installations) or intentionally.
What’s not going to happen? They’re not going to keep spam under control, or they’re not going to have spam? They appear to offer a database with the hosting which would be enough for a phishing site to be hosted on it.
Well to replica a full site its not enough, but maybe you can squeeze a fake login replica page and pull some fishing off with it.
I mean there exist so much free shared hosting these days, you could use any shared hosting for that.
Of course there will always abuse, but why should someone choose that small storage.
I do not get the point, I guess the abuse rate will be pretty low on it, compared to other shared hosting packages. Also you do not know, if he runs VPN checks if you signUP and stuff.