Tip & How-To about Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Worried who is watching you online use PeerBlock for HTTP security

For years now I have used PeerGuardian2 from Phoenix labs the open source development ceased over 2 years ago but It served me well I got quite proficient using BlockList Manager v2.7.7 from Bluetack in order to manage and create my own lists due to the sporadic state of the source forge blocklists now all lists are held at www.iblocklist.com just follow the installation wizard to add the default lists and then add your own.

I always convert the ipfilter.bat list used with emule and add this also for extra help the basic 4 lists at time of posting contain 10,012,15,543 IP's thats over 10 Million potentially malicious host domains that want to hunt you down. Its also a good idea to add an exclusion OR allow an allow list for uTorrent @ use the create list button as shown below

However this has now all been sorted step aside PG2 make way for PB1 support them on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter


Download the latest BETA release http://bit.ly/PeerBlock_r320 and start you trip to paranoia right now.


  • PeerBlock is a fork of PeerGuardian2 and known to be more stable.
  • I-Blocklist recommends PeerBlock, particularly on Windows Vista and 7.
2000 / XP / Vista / 7

Windows 7 32/64
PeerGuardian2 beta RC1

Vista 32/64
PeerGuardian2 beta RC1

XP 32/64
PeerGuardian2 beta 6c

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