This works like PeerGuardian in the sense that it blocks Nasty unwanted IP's from connecting to your Utorrent Client. You don't need to run any program now like PeerGuardian, Utorrent Automatically Blocks these.
start-run-%appdata%-utorrent-paste into-click on the updater-close utorrent-
run update short cut desktop-run utorrent
go ...to...start....press run.....type in....%appdata%...another window opens......you will see utorrent folder...open it..copy and paste the updater in there.....install it...you get a desktop short cut.....click on it....it updates....while your doing this shut utorrent and after you have finished updating ..open utorrent....
Link to a Blog explaining why this is beneficial and has more install instructions.
Quote:If you've been using BitTorrent to download any of the more popular files, such as the latest episode of some major TV show, you may have found yourself receiving lots of "Wasted" data. This is data that has been discarded after being deemed corrupt or invalid by your BitTorrent client. Every so often, you will have received more wasted data than the size of the files you are downloading!
This is happening because Anti-P2P organizations are actively polluting P2P networks with fake peers, which send out fake or corrupt data in order to waste bandwidth and slow down file transfers. At its worst, when downloading major copyrighted torrents, as much as a fourth of the peers you are connected to can be attributed to various Anti-P2P agencies. There is also a much more serious side to this. Once you've established a connection to one of these fake "peers", your IP has been logged and will most likely be sent to the RIAA/MPAA!
To test if it works, while in utorrent, go to the Logger Tab towards the bottom. It should say something like "Loaded ipfilter.dat (199406 Entries)"
To Automatically update the file, Use "Start > Control Panel > Scheduled Tasks" To Update the List
BTW You will still hve to go into Utorrent and turn it off and on again under
Preferences > Advance > ipfilter.enable (Toggle to false and close, reopen and then toggle it to true)