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Make one large blocklist from the bluetack lists on iblocklist.com
#!/usr/bin/env sh
# Download lists, unpack and filter, write to stdout
curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php \
| sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p" \
| xargs wget -O - \
| gunzip \
| egrep -v '^#'
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This can easily be added to cron also:
0 3 * * 0 curl -s http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p" | xargs wget -O - | gunzip | egrep -v '^#' > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt

This can easily be added to cron also:
0 3 * * 0 curl -s http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p" | xargs wget -O - | gunzip | egrep -v '^#' > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt

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Hi! I'm getting these errors trying to execute from the Terminal:
"xargs: wget: No such file or directory
gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file"

Am I doing anything wrong? Thanks!

Hi! I'm getting these errors trying to execute from the Terminal:
"xargs: wget: No such file or directory
gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file"

Am I doing anything wrong? Thanks!

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replace wget -O - by curl in the script.

krono commented Oct 11, 2012

replace wget -O - by curl in the script.

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Hi and thanks for script. I run from terminal (i have replace wget -0 - with curl) and all is:
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 0
And then error:
gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file
Thanks!

Hi and thanks for script. I run from terminal (i have replace wget -0 - with curl) and all is:
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 0
And then error:
gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file
Thanks!

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Replace wget -O - with curl -Ls

Replace wget -O - with curl -Ls

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Hi @jamesstout,
Would you please post the entire terminal command with your correction?
When I run:

sudo 0 3 * * 0 curl -s http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p" | xargs curl -Ls | gunzip | egrep -v    '^#' > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt

I get:

-bash: 0: command not found

Hi @jamesstout,
Would you please post the entire terminal command with your correction?
When I run:

sudo 0 3 * * 0 curl -s http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p" | xargs curl -Ls | gunzip | egrep -v    '^#' > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt

I get:

-bash: 0: command not found

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The "0 3 * * 0 ..." is a crontab entry. Just type "curl -s ...."

The "0 3 * * 0 ..." is a crontab entry. Just type "curl -s ...."

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@ArtemGordinsky you're getting -bash: 0: command not found because 0 isn't a command. It's a crontab entry, as @prehensilecode mentioned.

@ArtemGordinsky you're getting -bash: 0: command not found because 0 isn't a command. It's a crontab entry, as @prehensilecode mentioned.

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Updated for Mac:

curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p" | sed "s/\&/\&/g" | sed "s/http/\"http/g" | sed "s/gz/gz\"/g" | xargs curl -L | gunzip | egrep -v '^#' > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt.bin

Updated for Mac:

curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p" | sed "s/\&/\&/g" | sed "s/http/\"http/g" | sed "s/gz/gz\"/g" | xargs curl -L | gunzip | egrep -v '^#' > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt.bin
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kilolima Jan 16, 2014

The blocklist URL has changed to HTTPS. The updated url on line 1 is https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php (as above but it wasn't updated in the download). Thanks for this great script!

The blocklist URL has changed to HTTPS. The updated url on line 1 is https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php (as above but it wasn't updated in the download). Thanks for this great script!

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GithubIsAgeist Jan 24, 2014

iblocklist.com is bigoted hate website.

iblocklist.com is bigoted hate website.

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@kilolima updated.

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Hi folks. I've analysed the code for @fortran01's mac version (thanks v. much @fortran01)
and posted a plain english translation of what each bit does below.
Hope it's accurate but if I have made any errors please correct me! :-)
Hope this helps people tweak the code to do other similar stuff

For more clarity as to what's going on, I've put each piped segment of the command on seperate lines,
but remember it's all one big line.

 curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php
 | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p"
 | sed "s/\&/\&/g"
 | sed "s/http/\"http/g"
 | sed "s/gz/gz\"/g"
 | xargs curl -L
 | gunzip
 | egrep -v '^#' > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt.bin

Plain english Explanation of each bit of the command does:

grab the webpage "https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php" in silent mode (no progress bar or error messages)

search each line of this webpage, looking for lines containing text of the form
(anything)value=http:(anything)=bt_(anything)
chop out and dump the first bit ( (anything)value= ) from each of the lines you find

in the resultant lines, change all occurrences of &amp to &

in the resultant lines change all occurrences of the string http to "http

in the resultant lines, change all occurrences of the string gz to gz"

feed the resultant lines one by one to the curl command (-L means curl will automatically redo the grab if server says any file resource has moved)

feed each file downloaded by curl to gunzip program (uncompress it)

write only the lines from each file that don't start with a # (i.e. that are not comments) into the file
"~/Library/Application Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt.bin"

All this ultimately results in the following lines being fed one by one by xargs to the curl command:

"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_level1&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_level2&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_level3&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_edu&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_rangetest&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_bogon&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_ads&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_spyware&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_proxy&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_templist&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_microsoft&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_spider&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_hijacked&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_dshield&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"

This should help clarify exactly what pattern is being searched for by sed and what the sed filtering actually does
e.g.
"&amp" becomes "&"
inverted commas placed before each http and after each gz

You could of course feed these lines manually to curl if you just want to grab individual zipped blocklists etc.

If doing this, don't forget to filter out the comment lines with egrep and write to a .bin file for transmission :-)

Hi folks. I've analysed the code for @fortran01's mac version (thanks v. much @fortran01)
and posted a plain english translation of what each bit does below.
Hope it's accurate but if I have made any errors please correct me! :-)
Hope this helps people tweak the code to do other similar stuff

For more clarity as to what's going on, I've put each piped segment of the command on seperate lines,
but remember it's all one big line.

 curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php
 | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=bt_.*\)'.*/\1/p"
 | sed "s/\&/\&/g"
 | sed "s/http/\"http/g"
 | sed "s/gz/gz\"/g"
 | xargs curl -L
 | gunzip
 | egrep -v '^#' > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt.bin

Plain english Explanation of each bit of the command does:

grab the webpage "https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php" in silent mode (no progress bar or error messages)

search each line of this webpage, looking for lines containing text of the form
(anything)value=http:(anything)=bt_(anything)
chop out and dump the first bit ( (anything)value= ) from each of the lines you find

in the resultant lines, change all occurrences of &amp to &

in the resultant lines change all occurrences of the string http to "http

in the resultant lines, change all occurrences of the string gz to gz"

feed the resultant lines one by one to the curl command (-L means curl will automatically redo the grab if server says any file resource has moved)

feed each file downloaded by curl to gunzip program (uncompress it)

write only the lines from each file that don't start with a # (i.e. that are not comments) into the file
"~/Library/Application Support/Transmission/blocklists/generated.txt.bin"

All this ultimately results in the following lines being fed one by one by xargs to the curl command:

"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_level1&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_level2&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_level3&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_edu&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_rangetest&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_bogon&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_ads&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_spyware&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_proxy&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_templist&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_microsoft&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_spider&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_hijacked&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"
"http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=bt_dshield&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz"

This should help clarify exactly what pattern is being searched for by sed and what the sed filtering actually does
e.g.
"&amp" becomes "&"
inverted commas placed before each http and after each gz

You could of course feed these lines manually to curl if you just want to grab individual zipped blocklists etc.

If doing this, don't forget to filter out the comment lines with egrep and write to a .bin file for transmission :-)

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aww.. they changed it again :/

aww.. they changed it again :/

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I've just wrote a simple Haskell program to sort and merge IP ranges (overlapping and adjacent IP ranges are fused, empty or commented lines are removed) : https://gist.github.com/Piezoid/ee43be6e5eebd6aa9bac

Use stdin and stdout with gz format :
./fuseblkl < inList.p2p.gz > outList.p2p.gz

Piezoid commented Jun 4, 2014

I've just wrote a simple Haskell program to sort and merge IP ranges (overlapping and adjacent IP ranges are fused, empty or commented lines are removed) : https://gist.github.com/Piezoid/ee43be6e5eebd6aa9bac

Use stdin and stdout with gz format :
./fuseblkl < inList.p2p.gz > outList.p2p.gz

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I wrote a script that downloads 50 different Blocklists and performs Duplication checks and other Repeated Offender Queries to compact the IP Reputation from a Threat Source of over 700,000 IPs to approx 2-300,000 IPs. Its primarily for pfSense Firewall Blocking but can be adapted for other needs. Any comments appreciated via email.

https://gist.github.com/BBcan17/67e8c456cb399fbe02ee

I wrote a script that downloads 50 different Blocklists and performs Duplication checks and other Repeated Offender Queries to compact the IP Reputation from a Threat Source of over 700,000 IPs to approx 2-300,000 IPs. Its primarily for pfSense Firewall Blocking but can be adapted for other needs. Any comments appreciated via email.

https://gist.github.com/BBcan17/67e8c456cb399fbe02ee

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Here's another variant: it downloads only lists with a rating of >= 4. You could remove grep -A1 'star_[45]' to get all lists.

curl -sL 'https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php' | egrep -A1 'star_[45]' | egrep -o '[a-z]{20}' | sort -u | while read -r blocklist; do curl -sL "http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=${blocklist}&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz" | gunzip -q > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/$blocklist; done

https://trac.transmissionbt.com/wiki/Blocklists:

When transmission starts, it scans this directory for files not ending in ".bin" and tries to parse them.

Here's another variant: it downloads only lists with a rating of >= 4. You could remove grep -A1 'star_[45]' to get all lists.

curl -sL 'https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php' | egrep -A1 'star_[45]' | egrep -o '[a-z]{20}' | sort -u | while read -r blocklist; do curl -sL "http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=${blocklist}&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz" | gunzip -q > ~/Library/Application\ Support/Transmission/blocklists/$blocklist; done

https://trac.transmissionbt.com/wiki/Blocklists:

When transmission starts, it scans this directory for files not ending in ".bin" and tries to parse them.

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[ Edited 08/17 to no longer use a temp file]

I re-wrote this to work with their current site and made the resulting daily-updated list available at http://ip2k.com/list.gz

(note that this requires hxwls which should be in the 'html-xml-utils' package or similar in your distro)


#!/bin/bash

for url in $(curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php \
| hxwls \
| grep -v png \
| grep 'list=' \
| sed 's|/list.php?list=||g' \
| sed 's|^|http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=|g' \
| sed 's|$|\&fileformat=p2p\&archiveformat=gz|g'); do wget --no-verbose "${url}" -O - | gunzip |egrep -v '^#' >> list; done

gzip list
echo "DONE"
ls -lah list.gz

ip2k commented Jul 30, 2014

[ Edited 08/17 to no longer use a temp file]

I re-wrote this to work with their current site and made the resulting daily-updated list available at http://ip2k.com/list.gz

(note that this requires hxwls which should be in the 'html-xml-utils' package or similar in your distro)


#!/bin/bash

for url in $(curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php \
| hxwls \
| grep -v png \
| grep 'list=' \
| sed 's|/list.php?list=||g' \
| sed 's|^|http://list.iblocklist.com/?list=|g' \
| sed 's|$|\&fileformat=p2p\&archiveformat=gz|g'); do wget --no-verbose "${url}" -O - | gunzip |egrep -v '^#' >> list; done

gzip list
echo "DONE"
ls -lah list.gz

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This one is for uTorrent on MacOSX, if anyone needs:

#!/bin/bash
DIR="~/Library/Application Support/uTorrent"
LIST_COUNT=$(wget -q -O - http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*list=.*\)'.*/\1/p" | wc -l )
CURRENT_LIST_ID=0
mv ipfilter.dat ipfilter.`date +%Y%m%d_%s`.dat 2>/dev/null
>"${DIR}/ipfilter.dat"
STARS_PRINTED=0
echo -n -e "..."
wget -q -O - http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*list=.*\)'.*/\1/p" | while read LIST_URL; do
    CURRENT_LIST_ID=$[${CURRENT_LIST_ID}+1]
    STARS=$[20*${CURRENT_LIST_ID}/${LIST_COUNT}]
    STARS_LEFT=$[${STARS}-${STARS_PRINTED}]
    STARS_PRINTED=$STARS
    for ((;STARS_LEFT>0; STARS_LEFT--)); do echo -n -e "*"; done
    URL=$LIST_URL sh -c 'wget -q -O - "$URL" | gunzip -c | egrep -v "^#" | cut -d":" -f2 | egrep -v "^$" ' >> "${DIR}/ipfilter.dat" 2>/dev/null
done
echo

dkavraal commented Aug 2, 2014

This one is for uTorrent on MacOSX, if anyone needs:

#!/bin/bash
DIR="~/Library/Application Support/uTorrent"
LIST_COUNT=$(wget -q -O - http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*list=.*\)'.*/\1/p" | wc -l )
CURRENT_LIST_ID=0
mv ipfilter.dat ipfilter.`date +%Y%m%d_%s`.dat 2>/dev/null
>"${DIR}/ipfilter.dat"
STARS_PRINTED=0
echo -n -e "..."
wget -q -O - http://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*list=.*\)'.*/\1/p" | while read LIST_URL; do
    CURRENT_LIST_ID=$[${CURRENT_LIST_ID}+1]
    STARS=$[20*${CURRENT_LIST_ID}/${LIST_COUNT}]
    STARS_LEFT=$[${STARS}-${STARS_PRINTED}]
    STARS_PRINTED=$STARS
    for ((;STARS_LEFT>0; STARS_LEFT--)); do echo -n -e "*"; done
    URL=$LIST_URL sh -c 'wget -q -O - "$URL" | gunzip -c | egrep -v "^#" | cut -d":" -f2 | egrep -v "^$" ' >> "${DIR}/ipfilter.dat" 2>/dev/null
done
echo
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@ip2k nice script, you just have one typo:

for url in $(cat bl); do

should be

for url in $(cat bls); do

@ip2k nice script, you just have one typo:

for url in $(cat bl); do

should be

for url in $(cat bls); do

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@enricobacis thanks for pointing that out :) I fixed the script to not use a temp file at all now, and a daily-updated list is at http://ip2k.com/list.gz

ip2k commented Aug 17, 2014

@enricobacis thanks for pointing that out :) I fixed the script to not use a temp file at all now, and a daily-updated list is at http://ip2k.com/list.gz

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@ip2k Just found out about the this list. Once I add the list you generated to the Transmission, it will get automatically updated as frequently are yours. Meaning I will not have to do anything except add the link to Transmission. Is that right?

@ip2k Just found out about the this list. Once I add the list you generated to the Transmission, it will get automatically updated as frequently are yours. Meaning I will not have to do anything except add the link to Transmission. Is that right?

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ip2k, is your list still maintained?

ip2k, is your list still maintained?

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ghost commented Feb 3, 2015

Hey, looks like a script pasting party!
https://github.com/cinus/iblocklist/blob/master/get_lists.sh

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@negativeions There are 389,000 ranges, or, as Transmission calls it, rules. 389,000 ranges = two billion individual IPs ;).

|Source:|
https://forum.transmissionbt.com/viewtopic.php?t=16987

@negativeions There are 389,000 ranges, or, as Transmission calls it, rules. 389,000 ranges = two billion individual IPs ;).

|Source:|
https://forum.transmissionbt.com/viewtopic.php?t=16987

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Do you have any idea why all torrents from LinuxTracker.org (IP: 66.135.33.31, found from linuxtracker.org.ipaddress.com) are being blocked by your list? I downloaded the list and opened it in Notepad++; however, I could not find either the URL and IP address when I searched for them, so I'm not certain why they would be blocked.

Any ideas you might have on how to fix this issue?

Do you have any idea why all torrents from LinuxTracker.org (IP: 66.135.33.31, found from linuxtracker.org.ipaddress.com) are being blocked by your list? I downloaded the list and opened it in Notepad++; however, I could not find either the URL and IP address when I searched for them, so I'm not certain why they would be blocked.

Any ideas you might have on how to fix this issue?

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http://ip2k.com/list.gz is updated daily via crontab; yes.

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http://ip2k.com/list.gz is updated daily via crontab; yes.

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@koesherbacon iblocklist.com is in charge of which ip's are blocked. It might be that the ip address is within an ip range that is blocked.

Luen commented Aug 3, 2015

@koesherbacon iblocklist.com is in charge of which ip's are blocked. It might be that the ip address is within an ip range that is blocked.

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@ip2k I'm getting literally thousands of hits a day on this and haven't looked at it in at least a year. I'm considering just 301 redirecting to yours. Are you OK with that?

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@ip2k I'm getting literally thousands of hits a day on this and haven't looked at it in at least a year. I'm considering just 301 redirecting to yours. Are you OK with that?

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@ip2k, so do I open it with a txt editor and copy into the ipfilter.dat file? Looks like Dave's Ipfilter hasn't been updated in almost a month. Miss the normal ipfilter updater which no longer works.

@ip2k, so do I open it with a txt editor and copy into the ipfilter.dat file? Looks like Dave's Ipfilter hasn't been updated in almost a month. Miss the normal ipfilter updater which no longer works.

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@freed00m is not DEAD ... it is just returning an empty list due to some URL schema changes on the original website.

To fix it just run the ip2k script changing:

| sed 's|/list.php?list=||g' \

with:

| sed 's|/list?list=||g' \

and you will get a long blocklist. :)

@freed00m is not DEAD ... it is just returning an empty list due to some URL schema changes on the original website.

To fix it just run the ip2k script changing:

| sed 's|/list.php?list=||g' \

with:

| sed 's|/list?list=||g' \

and you will get a long blocklist. :)

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So, I have some other OS that I will not name. I was just downloading the list.gz file, unzipping, and importing to my bittorrent client. I assume there is a better way to do this? Also, just downloading the list right now results in an empty file... Please assist!

So, I have some other OS that I will not name. I was just downloading the list.gz file, unzipping, and importing to my bittorrent client. I assume there is a better way to do this? Also, just downloading the list right now results in an empty file... Please assist!

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For anyone in search of a blocklist for Transmission etc. (ending up here via Google), here is a list: http://www.wael.name/wael.list.p2p.gz

(note that it's not related to the script in this gist)

For anyone in search of a blocklist for Transmission etc. (ending up here via Google), here is a list: http://www.wael.name/wael.list.p2p.gz

(note that it's not related to the script in this gist)

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@sandstrom How often is your list updated?

timfam commented Jan 29, 2016

@sandstrom How often is your list updated?

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Mine's updated nightly: https://gist.github.com/jult/e76c628899bd5aa3c33a
I use https://jult.net/bloc.txt.gz in Tixati and it shows me quite a lot of matches so it's working really well!

jult commented Feb 14, 2016

Mine's updated nightly: https://gist.github.com/jult/e76c628899bd5aa3c33a
I use https://jult.net/bloc.txt.gz in Tixati and it shows me quite a lot of matches so it's working really well!

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dementio Mar 2, 2016

@jult I'm trying to modify yours to also use the I-Blocklist lists and add the &username=USERNAME&pin=PIN without having to put a separate line for each list but keep coming up short on how to achieve this. Any ideas?

dementio commented Mar 2, 2016

@jult I'm trying to modify yours to also use the I-Blocklist lists and add the &username=USERNAME&pin=PIN without having to put a separate line for each list but keep coming up short on how to achieve this. Any ideas?

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@dementio How many lists are there for your login? You need to auth yourself, for every list, I don't see how that would be easier in one go. Why bother with shortening that?

jult commented Mar 8, 2016

@dementio How many lists are there for your login? You need to auth yourself, for every list, I don't see how that would be easier in one go. Why bother with shortening that?

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Zulith Mar 21, 2016

Thank you jult, I've plugged your blocklist url into transmission and it has nearly 115k entries (for the tixati list), is this the one you would recommend for most users? some of your other lists have nearly 500k entries according to transmission, but I see that they have way more cruft in them. Are they both equally as effective?

Zulith commented Mar 21, 2016

Thank you jult, I've plugged your blocklist url into transmission and it has nearly 115k entries (for the tixati list), is this the one you would recommend for most users? some of your other lists have nearly 500k entries according to transmission, but I see that they have way more cruft in them. Are they both equally as effective?

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rtinikan Apr 19, 2016

Hi all, @jult Thanks for the script

Hi all, @jult Thanks for the script

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Modified it a bit so it takes new format of iblocklist urls:

curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=p2p.*\)'.*/\1/p" | xargs wget -O - | gunzip | egrep -v '^#'

p1ne commented Jan 11, 2017

Modified it a bit so it takes new format of iblocklist urls:

curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http:.*=p2p.*\)'.*/\1/p" | xargs wget -O - | gunzip | egrep -v '^#'

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glaszig Mar 23, 2017

created a gist from @p1ne's pipe. the result is https://silo.glasz.org/antip2p.list.gz and is updated daily. host yourself if you can as this may go away without warning.

glaszig commented Mar 23, 2017

created a gist from @p1ne's pipe. the result is https://silo.glasz.org/antip2p.list.gz and is updated daily. host yourself if you can as this may go away without warning.

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worked for me on Ubuntu (sed regex needs to be more liberal for the latest blocklist page format):

curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http[^']*\)'.*/'\1'/p" | xargs wget -O - | gunzip | egrep -v '^#' > ~/torrent_blocklist_url.txt

hobson commented Oct 18, 2017

worked for me on Ubuntu (sed regex needs to be more liberal for the latest blocklist page format):

curl -s https://www.iblocklist.com/lists.php | sed -n "s/.*value='\(http[^']*\)'.*/'\1'/p" | xargs wget -O - | gunzip | egrep -v '^#' > ~/torrent_blocklist_url.txt

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The bitsurge.net domain has expired and the blocklist can no longer be downloaded from John Tyree's page on it.

JCDrew commented Dec 14, 2017

The bitsurge.net domain has expired and the blocklist can no longer be downloaded from John Tyree's page on it.

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http://john.bitsurge.net/public/biglist.p2p.gz works just fine and updates to 411.500 ip adresses at time of writing. Unclear however how fresh that list is.

http://john.bitsurge.net/public/biglist.p2p.gz works just fine and updates to 411.500 ip adresses at time of writing. Unclear however how fresh that list is.

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Henrik2 Mar 2, 2018

Mine says 410 998 rules and not 411 500 but it's from that same address.

Henrik2 commented Mar 2, 2018

Mine says 410 998 rules and not 411 500 but it's from that same address.

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@siemvaessen curl -sI http://john.bitsurge.net/public/biglist.p2p.gz | grep Last-Modified gives me Last-Modified: Wed, 07 Mar 2018 08:00:30 GMT so I would guess the list is still updated?

@siemvaessen curl -sI http://john.bitsurge.net/public/biglist.p2p.gz | grep Last-Modified gives me Last-Modified: Wed, 07 Mar 2018 08:00:30 GMT so I would guess the list is still updated?

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Can't use it with qBittorent since it's a .gz file and qBittorent only supports .dat .p2p and .p2b. Anyone know what to do? Just changing the .gz file to .dat .p2p or .p2b dosent work as qBittorent just says 0 rules applied if you do that.

Henrik2 commented Mar 12, 2018

Can't use it with qBittorent since it's a .gz file and qBittorent only supports .dat .p2p and .p2b. Anyone know what to do? Just changing the .gz file to .dat .p2p or .p2b dosent work as qBittorent just says 0 rules applied if you do that.

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@Henrik2 you can't use that list for bt client, because it's need to have a proper list format.
Below I wrote a PHP script to download hourly updated list and convert it to utorrent(qbittorent) format.

$time_start = microtime(true);

// Download and save
// See https://gist.github.com/glaszig/bf96beccf4694ae25d4f1f7cc6224985#gistcomment-2180796 for info about used URL
$arch = file_get_contents('http://o2php53.odns.fr/block.list.gz');

$fsrc = fopen('block.list.gz', 'wb');
fwrite($fsrc, $arch);
fclose($fsrc);

// Unpack
$gsfile = gzopen('block.list.gz', 'rb');
$fsrc = fopen('block.list', 'wb');

while (!gzeof($gsfile))
{
	fwrite($fsrc, gzread($gsfile, 4096));
}

fclose($fsrc);
gzclose($gsfile);
unlink('block.list.gz');

$fsrc = fopen('block.list', 'rb');
$fdst = fopen('ipfilter.dat', 'w');

$contents = fread($fsrc, filesize('block.list'));
$content = explode("\n", $contents);
$startips = array();
$endips = array();
$access = array();
$desc = array();

// Get start IPs in array format to check for duplicates
foreach ($content as $key => $row)
{
	if (!empty($row))
	{
		$lines   = explode(':', $row);
		$ipRange = explode('-', end($lines));
		$startips[$key] = $ipRange[0];
		$endips[$key]   = $ipRange[1];
		$access[$key]   = ($ipRange[0] == '127.0.0.0' || $ipRange[0] == '127.0.0.2' || $ipRange[0] == '192.0.2.0' || $ipRange[0] == '192.168.0.0') ? '0' : '000';
		$desc[$key]     = $lines[0];
	}
}

$startIPsArr = array_unique($startips);

foreach ($startIPsArr as $k => $ip)
{
	$startIPArr    = explode('.', $ip);
	$startIPArr[0] = sprintf('%03d', $startIPArr[0]);
	$startIPArr[1] = sprintf('%03d', $startIPArr[1]);
	$startIPArr[2] = sprintf('%03d', $startIPArr[2]);
	$startIPArr[3] = sprintf('%03d', $startIPArr[3]);
	$startIP = implode('.', $startIPArr);

	if (!empty($endips[$k]))
	{
		$endIPArr    = explode('.', $endips[$k]);
		$endIPArr[0] = sprintf('%03d', $endIPArr[0]);
		$endIPArr[1] = sprintf('%03d', $endIPArr[1]);
		$endIPArr[2] = sprintf('%03d', $endIPArr[2]);
		$endIPArr[3] = sprintf('%03d', $endIPArr[3]);
		$endIP = implode('.', $endIPArr);
	}

	$row = $startIP . ' - ' . $endIP . ' , ' . $access[$k] . ' , ' . $desc[$k] . "\n";
	fwrite($fdst, $row);
}

fclose($fsrc);
fclose($fdst);

echo '<a href="ipfilter.dat">Download ipfilter.dat</a>';
echo '<p><strong>Total IPs or ranges:</strong> ' . count($startIPsArr) . '</p>';

$time_end = microtime(true);
$execution_time = ($time_end - $time_start);
echo '<p><strong>Total exec time:</strong> ' . $execution_time . ' seconds</p>';

NB! Using this list in utorrent(not a qbittorrent) will slow down first run about 1 minute(because of loading 500k+ records).

UPD Remove duplicate IPs and ranges, proper access level for loopbacks.

Globulopolis commented Mar 24, 2018

@Henrik2 you can't use that list for bt client, because it's need to have a proper list format.
Below I wrote a PHP script to download hourly updated list and convert it to utorrent(qbittorent) format.

$time_start = microtime(true);

// Download and save
// See https://gist.github.com/glaszig/bf96beccf4694ae25d4f1f7cc6224985#gistcomment-2180796 for info about used URL
$arch = file_get_contents('http://o2php53.odns.fr/block.list.gz');

$fsrc = fopen('block.list.gz', 'wb');
fwrite($fsrc, $arch);
fclose($fsrc);

// Unpack
$gsfile = gzopen('block.list.gz', 'rb');
$fsrc = fopen('block.list', 'wb');

while (!gzeof($gsfile))
{
	fwrite($fsrc, gzread($gsfile, 4096));
}

fclose($fsrc);
gzclose($gsfile);
unlink('block.list.gz');

$fsrc = fopen('block.list', 'rb');
$fdst = fopen('ipfilter.dat', 'w');

$contents = fread($fsrc, filesize('block.list'));
$content = explode("\n", $contents);
$startips = array();
$endips = array();
$access = array();
$desc = array();

// Get start IPs in array format to check for duplicates
foreach ($content as $key => $row)
{
	if (!empty($row))
	{
		$lines   = explode(':', $row);
		$ipRange = explode('-', end($lines));
		$startips[$key] = $ipRange[0];
		$endips[$key]   = $ipRange[1];
		$access[$key]   = ($ipRange[0] == '127.0.0.0' || $ipRange[0] == '127.0.0.2' || $ipRange[0] == '192.0.2.0' || $ipRange[0] == '192.168.0.0') ? '0' : '000';
		$desc[$key]     = $lines[0];
	}
}

$startIPsArr = array_unique($startips);

foreach ($startIPsArr as $k => $ip)
{
	$startIPArr    = explode('.', $ip);
	$startIPArr[0] = sprintf('%03d', $startIPArr[0]);
	$startIPArr[1] = sprintf('%03d', $startIPArr[1]);
	$startIPArr[2] = sprintf('%03d', $startIPArr[2]);
	$startIPArr[3] = sprintf('%03d', $startIPArr[3]);
	$startIP = implode('.', $startIPArr);

	if (!empty($endips[$k]))
	{
		$endIPArr    = explode('.', $endips[$k]);
		$endIPArr[0] = sprintf('%03d', $endIPArr[0]);
		$endIPArr[1] = sprintf('%03d', $endIPArr[1]);
		$endIPArr[2] = sprintf('%03d', $endIPArr[2]);
		$endIPArr[3] = sprintf('%03d', $endIPArr[3]);
		$endIP = implode('.', $endIPArr);
	}

	$row = $startIP . ' - ' . $endIP . ' , ' . $access[$k] . ' , ' . $desc[$k] . "\n";
	fwrite($fdst, $row);
}

fclose($fsrc);
fclose($fdst);

echo '<a href="ipfilter.dat">Download ipfilter.dat</a>';
echo '<p><strong>Total IPs or ranges:</strong> ' . count($startIPsArr) . '</p>';

$time_end = microtime(true);
$execution_time = ($time_end - $time_start);
echo '<p><strong>Total exec time:</strong> ' . $execution_time . ' seconds</p>';

NB! Using this list in utorrent(not a qbittorrent) will slow down first run about 1 minute(because of loading 500k+ records).

UPD Remove duplicate IPs and ranges, proper access level for loopbacks.

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@Henrik2 just use a url shortener service or use a gist > raw saved as the file name extension desired, voila!

or try this?

sudo wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cinus/iblocklist/master/get_lists.sh && sh get_lists.sh

@Henrik2 just use a url shortener service or use a gist > raw saved as the file name extension desired, voila!

or try this?

sudo wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cinus/iblocklist/master/get_lists.sh && sh get_lists.sh

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An updated version of the gist in the beginning:
https://gist.github.com/gombosg/4577e1d14e2d52d2f16462c0ef412433

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iogitio Jul 4, 2018

Is it possible to get the blocklist in .p2p format hosted online somewhere? :/

iogitio commented Jul 4, 2018

Is it possible to get the blocklist in .p2p format hosted online somewhere? :/

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