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Peer Guardian 2 is a free and open source program capable of blocking incoming and outgoing connections based on IP blocklists.

The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences.

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As you can see, all the lists are sorted into different categories like country, companies owners.

In the process, you can dynamically enable and disable as needed lists.

The only list I have is P2P so I don't know why I'm receiving this, unless of course this is a paid list. In order to obtain updates from now, delete all existing lists (except permallow) before running the Peer Block 'update' function. They could provide one basic free anti P2P list and rest for the subscribers, instead of charging for everything. iptables rules look normal and pgl chains is where they supposed to be. Is all of this happening to me at the same time a conspiracy? Peerguardian is still updating and blocking stuff for me on another linux distro it was already previously installed on though so its curious for me. beats 60 a month for a vpn Judging by your post in another thread you have a good grasp of the trade-offs involved. even though alot of the blocklists were much much more encompassing in the past and for w/e reasons are not as much now, I still feel the 9.99 for a year is well deserved.

My computer, running Windows 7, stores these lists in the directory - C:\Program Files\Peer Block\lists There is no way to identify the download url's on the I-Blocklist site, but the ones I was using before this problem arose are still working for me at the moment - [list.iblocklist.com] [list.iblocklist.com] [list.iblocklist.com] [list.iblocklist.com] [list.iblocklist.com] [list.iblocklist.com] [list.iblocklist.com] [list.iblocklist.com] [list.iblocklist.com] The Bluetack lists (e.g. So they're probably done, because hardly anyone will pay for some lists, if there is a better way of spending money - VPN. subscription-based services, which no one uses anymore, because of free competition. For readers of this message who may be unaware of the issues a "good" VPN gives "perfect" anonymity PB, by contrast, blocks only "known" IPs [and then only when constant updating is done on the list(s) being used] so apparenlty i was wrong. You can get alot of their lists on other websites although i'm not gonna post where. I'd only get a vpn if I already had trouble with law enforcement, a criminal organization, my isp, or in an oppressive country, but I'm not and never have so a vpn is not worth the money to me.

The following example only use the block lists to stop incoming traffic on ports 53 (DNS) and 80 (HTTP): systemd initialization of the system means that it's quite possible for a server to be briefly unprotected, prior to pgl launch.

To ensure adequate protection, create a service file named after the original server (i.e.

I also don't know if PB have the feature built-in as well to prevent abuse.

mike20021969 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- feature built-in as well to prevent abuse.

You can use the 'add' button in Peerblock to add lists from url's other than the i-blocklist url.

I suggest that a better option is the free list from John Tyree, updated daily I understand.

Peer Guardian 2 integrates support for multiple lists, list editing, automatic updates, and blocking all of IPv4 (TCP, UDP, ICMP, etc), making it the safest and easiest way to protect your privacy on P2P.

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