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IPRoyal – One of the Best Alternatives to 911.re

As you may or may not know, 911.re (also known as 911 S5), a relatively unknown name in the proxy server landscape, closed its doors permanently on July 28th, 2022. According to the website, the provider has been dealing with hackers and cybercriminals for a couple of years. The attackers registered countless similar domains, cloned the 911.re website, and even paid for ads on search engines to prey on existing and new customers. They used these sites to steal client accounts and resell them for malicious purposes and abuse of the 911.re proxy network. Finally, the management discovered that the data on the platform's server was damaged on July 28th. After closer inspection, they realized the recharge system was hacked, and the data necessary for the service to work properly was lost and unrecoverable.

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It’s important to note that things aren’t as clear-cut as they look. A recent investigation into 911 and its services revealed that the provider wasn’t as above-board as it seemed. Apparently, 911 offered a “free VPN” service and used the devices of users who downloaded the app as residential proxies without their knowledge or consent.

To make things even worse, the investigation showed that most of these IP addresses came from US colleges, universities, defense establishments, critical infrastructure sites, and even law enforcement and government networks. It also found evidence of 911 masking its software as updates for popular video software, including Media Player and Flash Player.

Finally, it’s important to note that 911 was widely popular on cybercrime blogs, gaining a dramatic number of customers twice in the last year. First in August of 2021, when a competing service VIP72 went out of business, and again in January this year, after the disappearance of LuxSocks, another rival.

FAQ

Why should I look for alternatives to 911.re?

As of July 28th, 911.re is permanently shut down. According to different sources, many questionable things have been going on with this provider, so a complete shutdown was bound to happen sooner or later. If you're a 911 client looking for a reliable alternative that won't abuse your trust, go with IPRoyal!

Can I migrate from 911.re to IPRoyal easily?

Replacing a proxy provider doesn't have to be hard. IPRoyal offers great proxies at great prices, with most of the features you'd look for in a proxy service - secure proxy network, high speeds, SOCKS5 support, no traffic expiration for residential proxies, and a lot more!

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