icha_icha_paradise wrote:Ah, does this mean I'm going to need more than just peerblock?
Peerblock is absolutely useless.
There is no legitimate way to verify a "bad" peer, a company can use any given ISP as a point of entry, and can appear to be a normal customer joining a swarm. You're just getting a placebo with peerblock.
And/or read this thread(the first 2 replies anyway):https://bitcointalk.org/?topic=979.0
Here are 4 options(Anomos is dead) to help your security while torrenting:http://torrentfreak.com/5-ways-to-downl ... ly-100819/
VPN is the best, but trustworthy services cost. Still, unless you pull lulzsec level illegal stunts, if you're just worried about pirating media for personal use, VPN will keep you secure.
If however you want to keep using peerblock, then I have a car accident preventing rock to sell you for 10,000$. A bit costly, but I haven't had any car accident since I got it, so it must work.