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Ipfilter (Random Name Edition) 2013-12-04 : IPFilter v0008.

#61 User is offline   Os008 

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Posted 02 December 2003 - 02:20 PM

what does that IPFilter option do exactly (filter leechers?)?
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Posted 02 December 2003 - 02:26 PM

Did Som1 already finished a script to import list direktly into a Firewall (Norton)
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Posted 02 December 2003 - 04:55 PM

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@ Sled_Dog :

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If anyone is interested, I used Block List Converter to merge Meuh6879's ipfilter.dat with the latest Blocklist from PeerGuardian. If you want to give it a try, its Here, zipped. From E-mule.. "2969 IP-filters loaded".


SPANISH :
En la lista de PeerGuardian incluyen algunas ip's y rangos que yo no soy partidario de bannear. Entre ellas están las ip's de Symantec, Mcafee.Com, Hewlett Packard (en la última update hay muchas), y otras............
Además incluyen algunos rangos de filtrado demasiado amplios.........
Yo soy de la opinión que no hay que obsesionarse con esto, y hay que tener mucho cuidado con filtrar demasiadas ip's, que no estén suficientemente comprobadas, pues puede originar un resultado más negativo que positivo.
De todos modos, cada uno es libre de hacer lo que considere oportuno.

ENGLISH : (Traslator)
The list of PeerGuardian include some ip's and ranks that I am not in favor to filter. Among them they are ip's of Symantec, Mcafee.Com, Hewlett Packard (in last update there are many), and others............
In addition they include some too ample filtrate ranks.........
I am of the opinion no that there is to obsess itself with this, and is necessary to have much taken care of with filtering too many ip's, that sufficiently are not verified, because it can originate a result more negative than positive.
Anyway, each one is free to do what considers opportune.

Bye

This post has been edited by Mc4TuTi: 02 December 2003 - 04:56 PM

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WEB for update of ipfilter and more :
WEB de actualización del ipfilter y alguna cosa más:

WEB
WEB (mirror)

IPFILTER - format zip
IPFILTER - format zip (mirror)
IPFILTER - format zip (mirror 2)
IPFILTER

Listado Firewall - format zip
Listado Firewall - format zip (mirror)
Listado Firewall - format zip (mirror 2)
Listado Firewall

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Posted 02 December 2003 - 05:13 PM

Wouldn't it be easier for most if you updated the IPFilter that emuleitor is hosting and then let everybody that is using IPFilter autoupdate update from there? That would mean less volume for your host and more convenience for those who use that feature.

Just a proposal.
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Post icon  Posted 02 December 2003 - 05:55 PM

Sled_Dog, on Dec 2 2003, 09:52 AM, said:

If anyone is interested, I used Block List Converter to merge Meuh6879's ipfilter.dat with the latest Blocklist from PeerGuardian. If you want to give it a try, its Here, zipped. From E-mule..  "2969 IP-filters loaded".
There are no dupes, filtered out with Blocklist Converter.  :ph34r:

Be carefull, the IPFilter.dat from Espana is already implement the IPs from PeerGuardian...

The members (from Espana) check the IPs, that why, you don't have the entery list of PeerGuardian...but you have many others lists like:

-IPfilter v12 main frame
-Morpheus Blacklist
-Shareaza Security Update v2.6
-Shareaza Dead Bad Hosts
-Bob's Block List (BBL)
-P2P Bad IP List (RE)
- ... etcs ...

go to this page to view the all update of IPFilter.dat from espana

This post has been edited by Meuh6879: 02 December 2003 - 05:59 PM

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Posted 02 December 2003 - 06:06 PM

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IMPORTANT :

SPANISH :
Se ha descubierto un error en una de las líneas del ipfilter. Es la siguiente :
199.181.132.088 - 191.181.132.139 , 100 , I.P.(19/11/03): The disney channel
Se ha de sustituir por :
199.181.132.088 - 199.181.132.139 , 100 , I.P.(19/11/03): The disney channel
En la web ya está modificado. Lo siento. :angelnot:

ENGLISH : (Traslator)
An error in one of the lines of ipfilter has been discovered. He is the following one:
199.181.132.088 - 191.181.132.139, 100, I.P.(19/11/03): The disney channel
To replace by:
199.181.132.088 - 199.181.132.139, 100, I.P.(19/11/03): The Disney channel
In the Web already is modified. Sorry.

This post has been edited by Mc4TuTi: 02 December 2003 - 06:10 PM

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WEB for update of ipfilter and more :
WEB de actualización del ipfilter y alguna cosa más:

WEB
WEB (mirror)

IPFILTER - format zip
IPFILTER - format zip (mirror)
IPFILTER - format zip (mirror 2)
IPFILTER

Listado Firewall - format zip
Listado Firewall - format zip (mirror)
Listado Firewall - format zip (mirror 2)
Listado Firewall

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Posted 02 December 2003 - 06:17 PM

Update: 1979 IPs - 02/12/2003 - HOTFIX
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Posted 02 December 2003 - 06:52 PM

@Mc4TuTi
I got the same error about the Disney addresses. The script that runs on the Ip converter does not like that Ip for some reason. I removed it from the list and it works ok, then put it back in later.

@Meuh6879 "Be carefull, the IPFilter.dat from Espana is already implement the IPs from PeerGuardian..." or the other way around?
I realize this, as I said in my post, doubles are filtered, using the overlap ranges function of the converter. There are no doubles in the file. Merged your file with the one from PeerGuardian.net, as Methlabs site is down at the moment.

@Andu
Great idea, but.. someone has to take the initiative to update the file and host it, and E-mule needs an auto update feature. A mod I was using some time back had this feature, but as I moved to a newer mod, the option to do this dissappeared. :cry2: That zip file is actually on my personal web site space, may not be there to much longer, Isp may get pissed if bandwidth gets outa hand..

@Shareoholik
I see the converter doesn't do Norton, may be a mute point, as I read somewhere that many firewalls will puke when you throw a list that large at it, I know Kerio v2.xx will. :( More info on the Converter and Firewall compatability here. More info on firewalls and Ipfilters in general, a must read, specially for newbies here. May have to sign up to see much at the PeerGuardian forums, its quick and painless. :cool2:
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Posted 02 December 2003 - 10:04 PM

Andu, on Dec 2 2003, 07:13 PM, said:

Wouldn't it be easier for most if you updated the IPFilter that emuleitor is hosting and then let everybody that is using IPFilter autoupdate update from there? That would mean less volume for your host and more convenience for those who use that feature.

Just a proposal.

Like the fakes.dat on emuleitor, that wasn't updated since months and meanwhile it's sooooooo incredible old? :yawn: :sleep:
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Posted 02 December 2003 - 10:12 PM

@Meuh6879

But you could do it like emuleitor did (or do? :unsure:): Add an ipfilter.txt with a short version number in it to the server. So eMule could update it automatically (look for the Morph sources due to the code...) :dribble:
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Post icon  Posted 03 December 2003 - 12:27 AM

UncleBuG, on Dec 2 2003, 11:12 PM, said:

So eMule could update it automatically

I could, it is enough to provide IPfilter.dat and IPFilter.txt with a number of revision... it is very simple... :ph34r:
However, it is not me which created this standard... I prefer people who manually follow the updates... :cool2:
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Posted 03 December 2003 - 09:40 AM

Meuh6879, on Dec 3 2003, 02:27 AM, said:

I prefer people who manually follow the updates... :cool2:

Why? :confused:
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Posted 03 December 2003 - 09:48 AM

Lugia, on Sep 20 2003, 09:14 PM, said:

ok ok I get it, I've done it but I have one more question, at the security tab I see:

"Filterlevel: <127"

Do I have to set it higher in order to block every IP from the list? if not, could any1 explain me what's the purpose of this option?

As it says, (got a window place at mathclass, ähh)

It filters IP's higher than 127.....

it has nothing to do with a lacklist or somthing like that
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Posted 03 December 2003 - 10:02 PM

Andu, on Dec 2 2003, 01:13 PM, said:

Wouldn't it be easier for most if you updated the IPFilter that emuleitor is hosting and then let everybody that is using IPFilter autoupdate update from there? That would mean less volume for your host and more convenience for those who use that feature.

Just a proposal.

Heck yeah, thats a good idea.

Ok here is another. One main constantly updated ipfilter.dat source that would be mirrored to several webmirrors. Users could have thier client autoupdate from one of those mirrors.

Ok sense there would be a list of mirrors, there also need to be a way to verify good working mirrors and get rid of non working or invalid ones. So this means that when an emule client autoupdates the ipfilter.dat, if it finds an invalid host it would remove it from the list of known mirrors and try the next one, and keep trying until it finds a valid working mirror.

I'd also like to see something simular be done with fakes.dat

Does any of what I am saying make sense?

This post has been edited by adamized: 03 December 2003 - 10:03 PM

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Posted 04 December 2003 - 02:29 AM

yes, sure! :) what u saying is that the current update system is as it is and only add mirrors right?
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Posted 05 December 2003 - 04:49 PM

I have a working script for Norton Internet Security 2003, but right now I'm not at the pc I have Norton on it, so ...I'm going to post the script (for the freeware Remotekeys) here in some days. It takes very long, but you can fill in the ranges into a new global rule. (about 30min for 800 entries). But you don't have to type everything manually.
If you want to experiment with Remotekeys http://www.freewareh.../RemoteKeys.htm
I tried other ways, but the only way I was successful to control Norton was this tool.
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Posted 11 December 2003 - 11:54 PM

SPANISH :

Hola.

Lo siento, pero he tenido problemas con el router y la tarjeta de red del pc :( , y hasta mediados de la semana próxima no podré actualizar el ipfilter en la web de iespana.
La próxima actualización será bastante importante. Os informaré en este foro.
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ENGLISH (traslator) :

Hi.

Sorry, but I have had problems with router and the card of network of the PC :( , and until of the next week I will not be able to update ipfilter in the iespana Web.
The next update is very important. I will inform to you in this forum.
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WEB for update of ipfilter and more :
WEB de actualización del ipfilter y alguna cosa más:

WEB
WEB (mirror)

IPFILTER - format zip
IPFILTER - format zip (mirror)
IPFILTER - format zip (mirror 2)
IPFILTER

Listado Firewall - format zip
Listado Firewall - format zip (mirror)
Listado Firewall - format zip (mirror 2)
Listado Firewall

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Posted 17 December 2003 - 07:53 PM

Just curious since this seems like a worthy filter, are you planning any updates to this?
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Posted 17 December 2003 - 10:11 PM

17/12/2003 - 3407 IPs - TEMPORARY
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Posted 18 December 2003 - 04:34 AM

That was quick :P

Thx! :thumbup:
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