WWW & Internet File Sharing PeerGuardian for Windows XP/2003 64-bit Edition

PeerGuardian for Windows XP/2003 64-bit Edition 2.0 Beta 6c for Windows

by Phoenix Labs

Avg. Rating 4.1 (25 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.6 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,703
Publisher Phoenix Labs
Homepage PeerGuardian
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Publisher's Description

PeerGuardian is a premier IP blocker for Windows. With features like support for multiple lists, a list editor, automatic updates, and blocking all of IPv4 (TCP, UDP, ICMP, etc), it is the safest and easiest way to protect your privacy on P2P. Plus, by integrating with Blocklist.org lists are built custom just for you.

PeerGuardian for Windows XP/2003 64-bit Edition.

Latest Reviews

tinkerdill

tinkerdill reviewed v2.0 Beta 6c on Jun 19, 2007

oh, that ZenWarrior is from 2005. here's better news.

"Just a quick post to tell you that the methlabs.org hijack seems to have been contained – renamed Phoenix Labs (although methlabs.org now redirects to their site as does the in-exile address peerguardian.sourceforge.net)"

ZenWarrior

ZenWarrior reviewed v2.0 Beta 6b on Sep 20, 2005

Just in case you have not heard, I received the following e-mail. I trust posting excerpts does not violate any TOS here. But if so, I ask staff to delete and forgive. However, it seems important information. So to selectively quote, "The majority of the Methlabs.org administration and development team have been forced out of their website following a series of threats and incidents. The member of the group that had been trusted to handle the finances and servers slowly managed to take over each individual part of the web site's assets, eventually claiming control over the entire group and locking out the majority of staff." "Development of PeerGuardian will resume, and the website will temporarily move to http://peerguardian.sourceforge.net/ until a new domain is registered and a new server found. The intention of the group is to register a non-profit organization to handle the development of Methlabs applications and to promote open source projects that aid both security, privacy and peer-to-peer technologies, in order to prevent a repeat of this incident." "The team wish all their users the best through this difficult time, but promise that development will continue. Please visit http://peerguardian.sf.net/ for news as we make progress. All other sites, including http://methlabs.org and http://blocklist.org, are under control of the rogue member and should not be trusted for safe updates to our applications or lists. A new build of PeerGuardian will be released soon to reflect these changes. Until then we ask you to continue using Beta 6a but with caution as the update servers are no longer under our control. All staff are available in irc.freenode.net, channel #methlabs if you wish to chat."

Avg. Rating 4.1 (25 votes)
Your Rating
tinkerdill

tinkerdill reviewed v2.0 Beta 6c on Jun 19, 2007

oh, that ZenWarrior is from 2005. here's better news.

"Just a quick post to tell you that the methlabs.org hijack seems to have been contained – renamed Phoenix Labs (although methlabs.org now redirects to their site as does the in-exile address peerguardian.sourceforge.net)"

ZenWarrior

ZenWarrior reviewed v2.0 Beta 6b on Sep 20, 2005

Just in case you have not heard, I received the following e-mail. I trust posting excerpts does not violate any TOS here. But if so, I ask staff to delete and forgive. However, it seems important information. So to selectively quote, "The majority of the Methlabs.org administration and development team have been forced out of their website following a series of threats and incidents. The member of the group that had been trusted to handle the finances and servers slowly managed to take over each individual part of the web site's assets, eventually claiming control over the entire group and locking out the majority of staff." "Development of PeerGuardian will resume, and the website will temporarily move to http://peerguardian.sourceforge.net/ until a new domain is registered and a new server found. The intention of the group is to register a non-profit organization to handle the development of Methlabs applications and to promote open source projects that aid both security, privacy and peer-to-peer technologies, in order to prevent a repeat of this incident." "The team wish all their users the best through this difficult time, but promise that development will continue. Please visit http://peerguardian.sf.net/ for news as we make progress. All other sites, including http://methlabs.org and http://blocklist.org, are under control of the rogue member and should not be trusted for safe updates to our applications or lists. A new build of PeerGuardian will be released soon to reflect these changes. Until then we ask you to continue using Beta 6a but with caution as the update servers are no longer under our control. All staff are available in irc.freenode.net, channel #methlabs if you wish to chat."

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