Even worse - especially since so many people have been downloading Peer Block this weekend - this means that Peer Block may not be able to download any lists when you first install it! Many people on the PG2 forums have been using i Blocklist lists for quite awhile now, and everybody seems extremely pleased with them.
In fact, Peer Block will be switching over to them by default starting with our next release.
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If BLM was around back then, then depending on the list it used, it would've blocked WP too.
As they say, PG2 (or BLM for that matter) is only as good as the lists it uses.
I also cannot go to their website, Im thinking maybe their site is down, so thats why the list will not update. (Can anyone else view their site or is it just down for me) I find it odd that the lists can't be updated, as the site was down yesterday and I was able to update my lists.
EDIT: The p2p list get's pulled from so I guess as long as the site is down, nobody can update.
Since Peer Block still defaults to using the old Peer Guardian lists hosted by Phoenix Labs, this means that Peer Block may not be able to update its lists.
The only remotely confusing part of this whole process may be selecting which of the i Blocklist lists you should use.
The trick is that the original Peer Guardian renamed some of these lists to make them more meaningful, and Peer Block has so far kept that renaming.
People who are unfamiliar with this kind of programme may have trouble getting to grips with Peer Guardian at least at first at the rather basic look of the programme may put some people off.
However it is free to download and use and once users become familiar with it the programme tends to work flawlessly.