IpfilterX blocks Anti-P2P companies and the organizations that support them, Corporations, Military Ranges, Government Agencies, Law Firms, P2P spammers and many more. There's no need to block more than 1 billion of IPs to be protected, overloading further to a certain value will result in banning innocent IP ranges which means legitimate P2P sources, this paranoid setting will hog your machine. You won't run into risks using IpfilterX and won't run into more risks than using an overbloated ipfilter.
- Blocked Threats: 36
- Updated Threats: 3
- IP Added Record: +8K
- Merged/Extended: 7
- COUNTRIES INVOLVED:
- Security Levels:
- ipfilterX2 updated and new extended ranges added
Reviewing C5-Bonny (Sep 24, 2016)
X1 is the basic ipfilter, X2 includes extended crimeware, government, military etc ranges, X3 includes X1+X2 and dedicated blacklists, if you would read their site you would know bettter. Any list got smth that others don't.
Reviewing C5-Bonny (Sep 24, 2016)
why are there 3 versions....
Reviewing C4-Charlotte (Mar 18, 2016)
Those on github are completely different things, especially raw data, not even verified and grasped from the wild bunch.
Host files are provided for example by Spybot since more than a decade and different things from ipfilters.
Next time Don't use such term like "morons" to identify yourself Snowfake...
Reviewing C3-NAMSHUB (Nov 22, 2015)
Program or not this blacklist is a real gem out in the web.
Users that complain about its cost , that's only few dollars more, are really a pity.
You pay less for a bad quality product, you pay more when you see so many updates and researches all in order to protect us.
And forcing an user to reveal his ip addy Imo it's a truly shame
but still this person claim to be a good reviewer.
Life and losers as always as anything.
You more stupid than others thinking that people should be spied for what they do , P2P came with Internet and will die with Internet , but you are right ,
also trolls came revealed with Internet and you are into this category.
For the fact that you are unfair like Majors , for the fact that is illegal to track down people activities on Internet , it's named privacy , get information about.
You are a liar and this is the fact . You work for the agencies that are so scared of ipfilterX that talk sh*T as you do ...multiple times per day .
Do it... supergenious... do it...
OMG:.. we should caught ourselves...also others P2P app creators
Little work is your that insulte other work for free...
yeah and for you : P A T H E T I C
Anyone stupid enough to pay $13 for a filter file is, well... stupid.
I am NOT paying for a filter file. The fact is, all the people who would download this and use it are going to use it for bittorrent and emule, etc. etc. Thus, they are already downloading illegally. Why would they pay money for this but not pay a few dollars for an app or video, etc.?
Besides, there are more than just a few lists available online for free. I've downloaded an IP Filter file for utorrent for years and it's updates multiple times per day.
It's hilarious that anyone would be moronic enough to pay for this. Maybe I should make a few lists and sell them too and make a few bucks from idiots.
And folks, go to the http://sourceforge.net/projects/ed2k-ipfilterx/ webpage for this program. Look at the screenshots they posted!! They actually show UTORRENT and it's clear from the two torrents the program is downloading that they are also pirating videos. Downloading a DVD VIDEO_TS folder - thus a pirated DVD and eMule screenshots ...
WHY PAY FOR THIS? The makers themselves are also downloading illegally and know it. This "app" filter list doesn't deserve to be paid for. I can't believe it ... I am stunned with laughter at the moment that they have the nerve to show they are downloading illegal files from utorrent and expect people to pay for their little work.
They need to be smarted about posting utorrent screenshots of their illegal activity.
H I L A R I O U S
Yes it has .
Does the 'optimized for uTorrent' version (uIpfilterX) also have a beta version?