Before I look at the free version, I'd like to outline the differences between the free and paid version so that you know what you do not get in the free version of Bot Revolt.
The only information we have about the differences are on the pricing page.
What you do NOT know is whether the addresses this piece of @#$%& blocked were, in fact, the very peers who had the pieces you were downloading.
the anti-P2P list enabled by default) are no longer being updated, so any workarounds to the ban of Peer Block clients is kind of pointless. So now, one of two things will happen: 1) we just have to wait for the competition which will provide a better plan, including free lists, 2) peerblock will die. I registered an account and then it showed me download links for the non subscriber lists like in the past with a pin appended to the url. I'll stick to what's worked for me for 20 years because contrary to popular belief the way the internet works has not changed.
If you want a free, up-to-date list, you'll need to rally some people to help create and distribute one. But the lists didn't work, and after logging out and back to its not showing me any download links again and shows subscription requried next to them. I found this thread and wanted to make sure to let everyone know that this is just an escalation of the limited number of downloads per month.
It is an extremely easy software to use that runs in the background of your OS and starts up with your computer.
Peer Guardian 2 protects your privacy by blocking IPs while you are downloading from your favorite P2P network.
Peer Guardian 2 doesn’t get in the way of any of your other programs, as it lives in your tray or behind all of your other applications.