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    Bluetack Blocklist Manager 2.7.7

    I recently had to use this program and realized it's almost impossible to find a copy online... so here it is, as well as the browser-based version. Some potential keywords for those searching via Google follow.

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    Blocklist_Manager_Install_2.7.7.exe
    BLMInstall277.exe
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    f275fae7142a645568e146cc5ffa85b22e9c3d8d26569d011dca104bff2bacb2
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    I recently had to use this program and realized it's almost impossible to find a copy online... so here it is, as well as the browser-based version. Some potential keywords for those searching via Google follow.

    Code:
    Blocklist_Manager_Install_2.7.7.exe
    BLMInstall277.exe
    eb26ebec97155a1892c2c228efdcdbc0
    9b2238fa5f67e77e238233ca1bccfbb005500560
    f275fae7142a645568e146cc5ffa85b22e9c3d8d26569d011dca104bff2bacb2
    2150549 bytes
    Thanks dude! I used to use these back in the early 2000's and wanted to see if they still work as I used to use Peer Guardian / ProtoWall / BlockList Manager

    I wish there was a Windows 10 version of ProtoWall, that thing was leetness lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesta View Post
    Thanks dude! I used to use these back in the early 2000's and wanted to see if they still work as I used to use Peer Guardian / ProtoWall / BlockList Manager
    Don't forget P2PFire and P2PHazard

    I wish there was a Windows 10 version of ProtoWall, that thing was leetness lol
    Does PeerBlock not work on it? It's the successor to PeerGuardian and the only program of this kind that has been updated relatively recently...

    I think these days people would rather implement blacklists at the gateway level with Pi-Hole or iptables, therefore there isn't much love shown for IP blocking software anymore.
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    Does anyone know about the best list of Pi-hol?
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    Quote Originally Posted by whyme View Post
    best list
    Objectively speaking, there isn't such a thing for any program, because it's all about what you want to block. But these resources may help you find your answer.

    https://firebog.net/
    https://github.com/blocklistproject/Lists

    Tip: less is more. Don't stack all the lists you can thinking it is "better", use the minimum set that does the job. I for one use a very conservative list: it blocks Google hosts, social networking, crypto miners, telemetry and a small set of miscellaneous entries I built over the years, while leaving everything else alone.

    And remember, advertising can be annoying, but it funds the sites and content creators we know and love, and the alternatives have only seen limited success so far.
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