Peer Guardian 2 is Methlabs’ 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), Peer Guardian 2 is the safest and easiest way to protect your privacy on P2P.
This tutorial will show how to compile and install Peer Guardian on a Raspberry Pi.
The process requires the at least the 2012-06-18or newer Debian image (or manual kernel re-compilation).
If your computer meets the Windows system requirements above, but Chrome isn't starting or you see the error message "This computer will no longer receive Google Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported," you might have Chrome set to run in Windows' Compatibility Mode.
Peer Guardian is perhaps the most popular IP blocking software tool on the web.
Peer Guardian 2 is extremely safe to use and, for the most part, does not require lots of memory or processing power to run.
Check the settings for your antivirus, firewall, or parental control software.
Any applications running in the background may negatively affect your games or Steam itself.
Certain applications can lead to more serious issues such as limited connectivity and game crashes.
Some of the preferences available for the user are: Once all lists have been selected, downloaded, and updated, set Peer Guardian to launch either at startup or at the user’s request.
Peer Guardian works mainly in the background and most users will not even notice it.