Peerguardian 2 lists not updating

Our lists can be used with software such as Peer Block, Peer Guardian, iplist, Vuze, Transmission, u Torrent and, pf Blocker.

You can view the lists that we distribute on the lists directory page.

It is an extremely easy software to use that runs in the background of your OS and starts up with your computer.

Peer Guardian 2 protects your privacy by blocking IPs while you are downloading from your favorite P2P network.

I have tried contacting them multiple times and I have not received any response (and it's been about a week since my last support request with them). Are they just dead (except for immediately accepting money) or is it really just a scam?

Upon Googling them I did find a small number of references of people's credit cards getting "reused" after signing up with them.

I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.

The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.

The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian

I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.

The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.

The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done.

# # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

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I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine. DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

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I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.

The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.

The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done.

# # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

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I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine. DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done.

# # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage:

I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian

I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.

The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.

The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done.

# # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

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I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine. DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

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I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.

The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.

The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done.

# # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

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I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine. DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine. DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: [[

I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.

The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.

The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine.

DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done.

# # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

||

I entered my credit card info and it was processed immediately.The application uses a blocklist of IP addresses to filter the computers of several organisations, including the RIAA and MPAA while using filesharing networks such as Fast Track and Bit Torrent. This helps because they can not collect evidence against you and will help in filtering the bogus seeded files they litter the P2P networks with. PG_ETC=/etc/peerguardian/ # Remove the lists you don't want to download and # use from BLOCKLISTS. I was having issues with connecting to MSN and Gtalk in Gaim along with connectiong to various Google sites.The system is also capable of blocking advertising, spyware, government and educational ranges, depending upon user preferences. BLOCKLISTS="level1" PG_CONF=/etc/PG_LOG=/var/log/PG_LIST=/etc/p2p.p2b.p2p #The URL where the blocklists reside URL= #The format of the lists to download SUFFIX=gz #The format after unpacking SUFFIX2=txt endscript () date "------------ "%F" "%X" "%Z" Begin Peer Guardian $1" case "$1" in 'start') cd "$PG_ETC" # check if blockfiles were updated: UPDATED="" for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do TIMESTAMP=0 if [ -e $i.$SUFFIX ] ; then TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%y $i.$SUFFIX` echo "File $i.$SUFFIX last updated $TIMESTAMP" TIMESTAMP=`stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` fi wget -N $URL/$i.$SUFFIX if [ `stat --format=%Y $i.$SUFFIX` -gt $TIMESTAMP ] ; then UPDATED=$i fi done # if none of the blockfiles were updated: if [ -z $UPDATED ] ; then echo "No blocklists needed updating." echo "Starting Peer Guardian" mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 fi # if any blockfiles were updated: for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do gunzip -c $i.$SUFFIX $i.$SUFFIX2 BLOCKLISTSCAT="$BLOCKLISTSCAT $i.$SUFFIX2" done cat $BLOCKLISTSCAT | peerguardnf -f merged.p2b.p2p for i in $BLOCKLISTS ; do rm $i.$SUFFIX2 done # uncomment below to unblock Yahoo! If you don't use these service you can leave that out. I just completed a howto on this covering installation from source. Never mind below, all is well, i had to start the script again and it worked fine. DEB package and source code posted on their Soure Forge site. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. ln -s /usr/local/bin//etc/init.d/ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc0.d/K20ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc2.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc3.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc4.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc5.d/S95ln -s /etc/init.d//etc/rc6.d/K20Now we're done. # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. " merged.p2b.p2p | grep -v -i "Microsoft" | grep -v "Google" &1 mv $PG_LIST $PG_LIST.backup mv merged.p2b.p2p $PG_LIST mv $PG_LOG $PG_LOG.backup sleep 4 echo "Starting Peer Guardian" peerguardnf -h -m -d -c "$PG_CONF" -l "$PG_LOG" endscript 0 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

]] " ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

" ;; esac exit 0If there are updates for the blocklists available they are updated, the old blocklist and the log-file are backuped, old Peer Guardian processes are killed and after 4 seconds Peer Guardian is started again.

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