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Peer Guardian acknowledges that Battlefield 2, Blizzard, Steam, and Arena Net connectivity is blocked, which creates problems for many online gaming users who are not aware that Peer Guardian will break game connectivity, and are thus directed to read the manual.
With the blocklist manager application, users can add these sites to a "Safe list" allowing them to continue using the Games and websites without interference from Peer Guardian.
In 2007, Bluetack/Peer Guardian 2 were criticized for blocking denis.stalker.h3q.com, the second largest Bit Torrent tracker as of December 2007, as an "Anti-P2P" address, and claiming that its maintainers (whose tracking software "Opentracker" is also used by The Pirate Bay) were conspiring with the MPAA and Media Defender.
The maintainers are members of the Chaos Computer Club (CCC), a long-standing association of hackers and freedom of information activists, and had also briefly run their tracker from the CCC's own network.
("Bluetack" was the name of the member of the original Peer Guardian team who owned its previous domain and created the "Block List Manager" used to maintain the list.) uk developed an application called the Bluetack Internet Management System (B. With this database the admins of the site (Seraphielx, Moore, Firstaid, Tozanno, Death Angel, R00ted) would search for names of Anti-P2P companies and set a status code in the entry to make the blocklists that would be downloaded by the blocklist manager for import into Peer Guardian, Protowall, and other applications that would block Anti-P2P traffic from accessing your download.
They would also obtain logs from people who were sent letters for downloading "illegal" software, music and videos and figure out who in the list did not belong and flag the entry just to be safe.
Bluetack also blocked CCC itself, accusing it of doing "anti-P2P work" and being a "threat" to file sharers, while others pointed to the fact that the CCC had been publicly defending P2P for years, and even called for boycotting the music industry to protest its file sharing lawsuits.
By December 2003, it had been downloaded 1 million times. After 7 months of development, in February 2005 Version 2 of Peer Guardian was released as a beta.
The aim of its use was to block peers on the same torrent download from any visibility of your own peer connection using IP lists.
The system is also capable of blocking custom ranges, depending upon user preferences.
The Peer Guardian developers state they have no control over Bluetack's list, and do not promote or link to alternative lists.
They have been criticized for overly broad blocking based on unsubstantiated evidence.
Peer Guardian is a free and open source program developed by Phoenix Labs.