PeerBlock 1.1+ (r691) のダウンロード

ダウンロード:
提供元サイトからダウンロード
os:
Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8

Port Allow List – The new “Port Settings” tab allows you to unblock ports (incoming and/or outgoing). This means that PeerBlock will not filter any connections from/to those ports. This can for example be used if you’re running PeerBlock on a public FTP server, or if you want to ensure that outgoing SMTP mail communications are never blocked. Many thanks to night_stalker_z for his hard work on this feature!
First-run Update Message – When you first run PeerBlock after upgrading, you will see a notice explaining why lists are only updating once per week. Hopefully this will help to alleviate people’s confusion about this.
Better Weekly List-Updating – We’ve made some improvements that should help ensure that free users continue to get their free weekly list-updates.
I-Blocklist Subscription Settings – To make it easier for you to configure PeerBlock to use an I-Blocklist Subscription, new I-Blocklist Username/PIN fields have been added to the bottom of the “Settings 1” tab.
Separate Settings Tabs – Instead of having one Settings tab with those silly “Next” and “Prev” buttons on it, we’ve broken that out into two separate “Settings 1” and “Settings 2” tabs.
Improved List-Update Error Handling – We’ve worked with I-Blocklist, who hosts the vast majority of the lists people use, to create improved error messaging for the various problems that may occur when updating lists. If something occurs during update-checking, the error message displayed should be much more meaningful.
Improved List-update Error Window – Should you hit any errors while updating your lists – 429 or otherwise – we will now pop up a more informative error window, along with a button you can click to jump straight to our site to check for more information.
Updated Error Windows – If you encounter a catastrophic error, the message that appears will now tell you to go visit peerblock.com/errors. This will redirect you to a forum-post on which the most common error-messages are displayed, to help you figure out what has gone wrong, and what can be done to fix it.