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    Hi Eveyone,
    Does anyone here use Peer Guardian? and can they give me some advice on how they rate this product and where I can get the latest release of it please

    Thanks

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    munkyboy04's Avatar Monkey Mafia BT Rep: +3
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    Yep i use it. Its a brilliant piece of software. It blocks loads of incoming ip's at first it amazed me how much it does block. You need to make sure you keep it updated. http://www.snapfiles.com/get/PeerGuardian.html

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    DyNast's Avatar What's My Age Again? BT Rep: +20BT Rep +20BT Rep +20BT Rep +20
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    I use it
    You can simply get it from it's homepage: phoenixlabs.org/pg2/

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PeerGuardian

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    Thanks people for this info.
    I haven't used this before, so is there a ''how to use'' for this that I can read upon anywhere?

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    its really easy just install it and switch it on should up date itsel. there is an faq on their website

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    I can't get their website it says that it's DNS Expired.

    I have installed it now and it looks good, but there is one problem I have, I have Allowed some sites that I know are ok ie my Antivirus and my home page, but it still is in the Blocked section and my home page wont come on unless I allow HTTP I have right clicked the blocked item to allow it permanently and it is still blocked how do I unblock it am I not doing something right here?

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    some sites will be blocked if you block HTTP. theres not alot you can do about it. So if you come to a site that you want to look at either enable http while you look at the site or enable it permenantley. Just right click on the icon in the tool bar

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    It's useless. Most of the IP's it blocks are harmless.

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    no its very useful but it block some site u want to visit so if if you are downloading some thing from bt network don't use www

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    just unblock http, you shouldnt have a prob. but if a organization was trying to take you down they normally would go through proxies.. agree???

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