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Thread: Where do i get the peerguardian blocklist

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    I have been searchin everywhere for it and have came up with nothing can someoone please help me out.

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    erRor67's Avatar Lord Of Everything
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    download the newest version of PG2 (6b) from http://peerguardian.sf.net

    It has links to the newest safest lists.
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    Everyone I speak to about PG says it's useless since the piracy enforcers are not stupid enough to use IP addresses that are tied to any anti piracy agencies, movie studios or music labels etc. So which is it? Is it of any use at all?
    Last edited by Oddish; 10-01-2005 at 08:33 PM.

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    Wow thanks alot, I was wondering why peerguardian wasnt working.

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    For something thats not working, it sure blocks a lot of interest in what I do on the internet,and thats just surfing

    All spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in my post's are intentional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gripper103.2
    For something thats not working, it sure blocks a lot of interest in what I do on the internet,and thats just surfing
    Oh, you mistook what I wrote. By not working I meant that my blocklists werent updating, and I didnt know why, and the second poster solved the problem! :]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddish
    Everyone I speak to about PG says it's useless since the piracy enforcers are not stupid enough to use IP addresses that are tied to any anti piracy agencies, movie studios or music labels etc. So which is it? Is it of any use at all?
    Well, its obvously not 100% protection as theres probably gunna be IPs that we dont know about.. But its just stupid NOT to block the IPs that we do know of. Better safe than sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gripper103.2
    For something thats not working, it sure blocks a lot of interest in what I do on the internet,and thats just surfing
    Then allow traffic on the HTTP port

    One of the reasons why PeerGuardian is better than Protowall is that you can have PG enabled and block the bad IPs, yet allow traffic on port 80 (surfing remains un-interupted).
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