IP Blocklists

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  1. Function

    Function Registered Member

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    Sorry if this is in the wrong section it was to do with my firewall so I figured this was the best place to post.

    I have Online Armor Premium and I have noticed that we can add a IP Blocklist to help improve security/privacy etc while surfing. I searched around but I can't seem to find a place where you can just download a good IP blocklist list to import into my firewall.

    Does anyone use a IP Blocklist if so which is the best one to use? Should I just ignore this completely?
     
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    Yeah, sorry my bad, I did not read the OP question correctly.:oops:
     
  5. Snoop3

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    i go to iBlocklist for the PeerBlock lists but it might work for firewalls too:

    http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php


    they have anti-P2P, anti-govt, anti-malware, as well a IP by country lists so that you can block China, Russia etc - and they have these lists in several formats including hosts format.

    then here is Peter Lowe's ad-blocking list in various selectable IP or hosts format:

    http://pgl.yoyo.org/adservers/

    there are others available by subscription like Squidblacklist.org and i think Bluetack, etc.
     
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