PeerGuardian is a free open source application that blocks
unwanted or unsafe connections during the peer-to-peer transfer. PeerGuardian doesn’t
let your computer get infected while it’s connected to a list of other machines.
It is an open source tool, so you can
inspect it or just make it better if you feel you know the way.
Here are some features of PeerGuardian:
Custom block options;
Regularly updates the IP black lists;
Protect your machine from unwanted connections;
Open source code;
Written in C++;
100% free to download and 100% free to use.
PeerGuardian was first released in 2003 by Tim Leonard.
Since then it was improve by a numerous fans and now it is a reliable breach
blocker that specializes on peer-to peer connections.
PeerGuardian is a following tool to make your workspace safer
in the time when peer-to-peer data exchange is getting more and more popular.
When you download something from the web you could do this from the dozens of
PC’s at the same time and PeerGuardian has a regularly updated list of the
connections which are not trusted, so your machine won’t get hurt.
If you use peer-to-peer transfer, then we recommend you to download
PeerGuardian for free right now!
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