The well-known proxy provider 911 S5 refuses to accept new customers. Anyone who wants to use it must now identify themselves.
The service based in the British Virgin Islands 911 S5 is currently changing its system. It is currently no longer possible to register as a new customer there. Anyone wishing to use the services must also verify their identity according to the Know Your Demonstrate the Customers (KYC) principle. The cheapest package starts at 28 US Dollars. 9.000 Proxies cost 674 USD. Tests available on the web particularly emphasize the good Windows clients and the speed of the proxy servers.
911 S5 wants to lock out customers with illegal intentions
911 S5 is a SOCKS5 proxy provider. To explain: A SOCKS5 proxy is a simple server that disguises the user’s IP address by forwarding the company. Since the activities originating from the user can no longer be traced back, 911 S5 was in the scene to date quite popular.