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The program itself took up 7.4 megs of system memory.One possible alternative for this resource-hogging was Protowall.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.
Right click on the bolded IP as it comes across and select "Allow ___ (ip address) Perminantly" or simply click "Disable" to disable the entire program.- This fixes a couple bugs, updates some urls, and adds a new feature:- Update servers will be auto-allowed while updating, and then go back to regular settings (ie if they are blocked) when it's done.this can be turned off via the config file Allow Updates setting, but is not recommended!Peer Guardian 2 is Open Source, meaning the program code is available online for anyone who wants it.
Not only does this allow you to make modifications or even branch off into your own project, but it encourages peer review of the code making sure any bugs are eliminated swiftly.
Because Peer Guardian 2 is Open Source, you can rest assured there are no backdoors or spyware included.