P2P blocker: PeerGuardian 2 equivalent to FreeBSD?
jstewart at rtl.org
Wed Mar 30 05:17:05 PST 2005
You really have 2 choices.
1. Download only legal content
2. Get a Bittorrent client that supports blocklists.
You cannot get sued for using a P2P application unless you are sharing
copyright restricted content.
On Wed, 2005-03-30 at 13:55 +0200, awad wrote:
> My sister wants to use Torrent for her school documentary
> needs. She installed PeerGuardian 2 on our workstation, but
> I told her that didn't work because our main entry point
> to the Internet is through our gateway server with FreeBSD.
> PeerGuardian 2 is currently blocking 801227506 IPs that
> may try to sue you or get you arrested if you're using P2P
> stuff. I was wondering if there was something similar for
> FreeBSD, or if I have to block the list of IPs manually,
> and if so, how?
> My firewall is PF for OpenBSD.
> Thanks all,
> -- Awad
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