Denis.Stalker.h3q.com is a prolific open tracker that is identified by Peer Guardian by its Chaos Computer Club membership. Do your Google homework and determine for yourself how you feel about it.
If your Peer Guard is set to block http (as it is recommended), you will also see the icon flash when you visit a website with video clips that automatically play, etc...
If you would like to learn more about the denis.stalker tracker response to Peer Guardian's label, you can view blog post from them here:
I'm going to start useing uTorrent as my client.Do I need peer guardian. And if you know what does the patch do?
I DEFINITELY recommend Peer Guardian to protect you from hackers as well as those attempting to track your P2P activity (Internet Service Providers, etc...) while you are downloading / uploading. Unfortunately, I don't know which "patch" you are refering to in your post. If it is the patch mentioned on this website to increase the Windows XP inbound connection limit (set at 10), then I would say, make the changes if you feel you need to. The research I've done on this subject indicates that Microsoft introduced those limits to slow the spread of viruses, but articles written on the subject don't seem to agree with that "logic."
@kolbinfo,I don't use windows firewall.I use zonealarm.If it's for windows I probably don't need it. Thank you,your a gem.
Dling wide open without Peer Guardian is dangerous... I don't block HTTP, but everything else stays on all the time.