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    I got a letter from my isp, was regarding some file on a public tracker but i actually never downloaded the torrent, the letter said i downloaded 1kb lol.

    Now i have DHT disabled, peer exchange completely disabled, protocol encryption ONLY, pg2 running and I have blacklisted my own comp from even entering public trackers through my hosts file. Just sticking to proven private ones. Anything else i can do?

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    Not use torrents. That would solve your problem....

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    not possible. Just added like 6 more lists to pg lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by incognito129 View Post
    I got a letter from my isp, was regarding some file on a public tracker but i actually never downloaded the torrent, the letter said i downloaded 1kb lol.

    Now i have DHT disabled, peer exchange completely disabled, protocol encryption ONLY, pg2 running and I have blacklisted my own comp from even entering public trackers through my hosts file. Just sticking to proven private ones. Anything else i can do?
    What firewall you use, if Outpost you could also add blockpost to your list of protection?

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    Also don't use standart ports in bt clients

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