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    BlockList Manager and Peerguardian

    These ip blocking toolz are pretty good for maintaining an upto date blocklist in many formats for various software

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    However the blocking program protowall is as yet to work on x64 systems so it would be a good idea to use anon's recommendations for ip blockers

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    renewed P2P firewall

    Some people might find this software useful to them - PeerBlock v1.0

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    Its a clone of the famous PeerGuardian but works on both x86 and x64 for XP, Vista and Windows 7.

    It looks just like the trusty old Peerguardian but since it was sold to symantec, no surprise, it was never updated by the company.

    However now we have a newer and better version
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    I use the software from BISS. It's not too bad. It comes with a couple of extra tools to use.
    Easy to use and work with.

    Also has a list that the software can subscribe to for downloading bad or unwanted IP's to what-ever client or downloading software you use.
    Good for Shareeza, uT, Vuze, etc...etc...
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    I like peerblock, it is twin brother of pg and also it is opensource. When i use it i also use and extra ipfilter.dat in utorrent. Also i use blocklist on online armor firewall for blocking IPS. And you think i am paranoid you should check my hardware router :)))
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    @Pickle:
    How are you adding an extra ipfilter.dat file in uT's folder if I may ask??
    Are you saying that the 2nd ipfilter.dat file is read by uT so that in effect, uT has 2 ipfilters??
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    I like peerblock, it is twin brother of pg and also it is opensource. When i use it i also use and extra ipfilter.dat in utorrent.
    I guess he meant using PeerBlock and an IPFilter in uTorrent. Other than merging both into one file, there's no method to use two blocklists in uT that I know of.
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    oh, so basically using 2 different programs while running his client??
    I see.
    I think that I did that two for a very short while after I started using BLM as after awhile, I found that running both wasn't really necessary,
    In this case, I just let go of PG,.

    I liked BLM simply b/c I recall when I was trying to update PG, sometimes I'd get a tonne of errrors while downloading. In other words, the download wouldn't occur. So I was stuck with no updated peerblock list.

    I switched to BLM and things, at least IMHO, turned better. I haven't had a problem in running and updating it, yet.

    I like the fact that there's an export mgr and a list of tools and external tools to work with.
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    @SealLion
    The two programs being used are the actual p2p clinet and the PeerBlock ip blocker

    Its just like another layer of security. But since BLM is highly configurable u can put one set of blocklist for the p2p client and another set for the IP blocker for browsing purposes.
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    @SealLion

    You can prepare yourself another ipfilter.dat by BLM and you can use this with utorrent. On the other hand peerblock could work behind with other ip lists.

    There is not a method which adds two ipfilter in utorrent :)
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    But what you could do is to merge the two lists into one ipfilter.dat, either by hand or automatically.



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    I do not get the point of this.
    Can't I use HOST files instead of each list?
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    The hosts file will only prevent you from resolving a host's name to its real address, but you can still connect to it via IP, which is how most P2P programs reach peers.
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    neues update verfügbar, PeerBlock 1.0+ (r223) Installer

    This is our latest Beta Release, released November 21, 2009.

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    Thumbs up PeerBlock 1.0+ (r277) released February 9, 2010

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    Here are all the changes that have gone into PeerBlock 1.0+ (r277) since r223 was released.
    
     
    Major Changes
    
    These changes are deemed "major", either because they change the way you'd expect PeerBlock to operate based on previous versions, or because they're fixing an exceptionally nasty bug.  If you've already reviewed the list of changes from the r277 Download page, then this section will be redundant for you - feel free to skip ahead to the Minor Changes section.
    
        * Switched "Additional Lists" to iBlocklist - The "additional lists" listed in the dropdown box when you add a new list used to all be www.bluetack.co.uk based ones. These are now iblocklist.com based URLs instead.
        * "Friendly" URLs - PeerBlock is now using "Friendly" URLs for most lists, instead of the URLs you can find at iblocklist.com.  These new URLs should actually be meaningful, instead of something like ".../?list=kpjsadfkljawjefklajwef".
        * List-Add Sanity-Checking - After you've added a new URL-based list in the List Manager, PeerBlock will now perform a "sanity-check" of that URL.  It checks to make sure you haven't added the iblocklist.com "Description URL" instead of the "Update URL", lets you know if you're adding one of the Default Lists, checks for duplicates, recommends iblocklist.com URLs instead of bluetack.co.uk URLs, etc.  PeerBlock will also offer to fix these URLs for you when possible.
        * List "Optimization" - When you first upgrade to r277, PeerBlock will ask if you will allow it to "optimize" your lists.  If you let it, it will change bluetack.co.uk-hosted URLs over to iblocklist.com-hosted ones, rename list URLs to the new "Friendly" URL-names, and remove duplicated list entries.
        * Saves "Last Known Good" Config - Each time PeerBlock successfully starts up, it will save aside a copy of your configuration as peerblock.conf.bak.  This way if your regular config file, peerblock.conf, ever gets corrupted (or you end up with some bad settings in there) and that prevents PeerBlock from starting, it will be able to load this saved copy instead.
        * Fix for "Volume externally altered" App-Crash - There was a problem in which peerblock.conf would get corrupted - this would cause PeerBlock to "crash" every time it was started.  This has been fixed.
        * Fixed Crash-causing Vulnerability - A malicious program running on the local machine could send an malformed IOCTL to our driver, causing the machine to crash.  This is not much of a security hole - all it can do is cause the machine to crash, and it requires that a "bad" program already be running on your local machine - but it is good to defend against this condition all the same.  Many thanks to Luka Milkovic (Aelthegrin) for the report!
        * Multiple-select of Rows - You can now Ctrl+Click multiple lines in the main window as well as on history (and in the List Manager), to allow/block/copy multiple IP addresses at once.
    
     
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    These changes should impact you less than the previously-mentioned ones, but are still things that have gone in recently in case you're interested.
    
        * Remove pbfilter driver-service - We'd been leaving the pbfilter driver-service "wrapper" existent after we exited, which was unclean at best, especially for people wanting to run it in "Portable Mode" off a USB stick.
        * Changed Setup Wording - Changed the wording of the "Always Allow HTTP" option in the Setup Wizard from "While these ports are usually used for web browsing, programs oftentimes use them too" to "...other programs often use them too"
        * Added Driver Tracing - A whole bunch of driver trace messages were added, though they're not easily showing up except on XP (where you can run DebugView to see them).
        * Code Cleanup - Removed some old unused code, in various locations.
        * Third-party Libs Updated - SQLite --> 3.6.22, 7zip (used for creating "portable" .zip versions --> 9.10, InnoSetup (used for building installer) --> 5.3.7.
        * Installer: New Custom Task Backend - Changed the way the installer handles previously-selected tasks.
        * Updated Copyright Notices for 2010 - Now that we're a new year, the program copyright notices have been updated to reflect this. Should say "Copyright (c) 2009-2010 PeerBlock, LLC" in all publicly visible locations.
        * Cleanup Tabs in Readme - The readme.rtf file should be layed out just a wee bit better, regardless of whether you use MS Word or Wordpad to view the file.
        * Added Security Build-Flags - A number of security-oriented build-flags have been applied, things that should e.g. help prevent third-party code-injection attacks.
        * Added Icons to All Windows - None of our windows should now display a "broken" icon, although some of them still have no icon at all (as is expected, for that window style). These icons should also change colors as per your current Enabled/Disabled/Allow HTTP settings.
        * Installer: Ensure 'Start with Windows' reg key deleted during uninstall - Previously, the uninstaller was apparently not removing the registry-key we put in there to get us to Start with Windows. It should be, now.
        * Fixed "Edit List" dropdown list problem on XP - Just a minor tweak. The dropdown list on the "Edit List" window (in the List Manager) should now display more than one line on XP.
        * AddList window now defaults to Add URL - It seemed silly to have the File-based list option selected by default, when most times someone's adding a list I think they're probably adding a URL
    
    You can also find our complete changelog - with diffs for each change - over on Google Code.
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    Lightbulb PeerBlock 1.0+ (r320) released March 9, 2010

    What's New
    Here are the major changes since the most recent Beta Release, r277:

    * Fix for List-Download Crash - This should resolve the "PeerBlock randomly crashes / disappears overnight" problems. It had been crashing occasionally, on some people's computers, while checking for updated lists.
    * Save Failed Lists - If a newly downloaded list fails verification, we'll now save that file as "...\lists\numnumnum.list.failed".
    * Warn if Exit While Blocking Recently - When you attempt to exit PeerBlock, if we've blocked some non-HTTP packet recently (i.e. within the past 60 seconds), we will pop up a warning message. This 60 second value is configurable by hand-editing peerblock.conf via Notepad - change the RecentBlockWarntime setting from 60 to however many seconds you'd like; 0 disables this feature.
    * Force PeerBlock to Start Enabled - If PeerBlock was disabled when you last exited it, it will now start as Enabled the next time you restart it.
    * Allow HTTP for X minutes - The systray right-click menu has two new options: "Allow HTTP for 15 minutes" and "...for 60 minutes". After the specified amount of time has passed, PeerBlock will revert to Blocking HTTP again.
    * Click on tray icon to minimize window - Previously, left-clicking on the systray icon would merely display the PeerBlock window . . . even if it was previously displayed. Now, if the window is currently displayed left-clicking on the tray-icon will minimize it; and if the window is currently minimized, it will restore it.

    Additional minor changes can be found on the r320 Changes page.
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    Here are all the changes that have gone into PeerBlock 1.0+ (r320) since r277 was released

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