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"Compilation Of Tutorials, Guides, Tips & Updates"

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"Updates & Credits"

 

 

(3rd May 2018):

Updated A Blazing Fast, Softexia — Free From Malvertising.

 

(30th April 2018) :

Updated A Blazing Fast, ZippyShare — Free From Malvertising.

 

(21st April 2015):

Updated A Blazing Fast, 2baKSa — Free From Malvertising.

 

(7th April 2018) Thanks to sledge101:

For updating his Generic IDM Batch Script 2018 to prevent IDM from calling home.

 

(10th July 2017) Thanks to Undertaker:

For updating his RegEx rules tutorial on blocking IP ranges in AdGuard.

 

(26th August 2017) Thanks to Dukun Cabul:

For updating his Internet Lock tutorial on how to prevent IDM from calling home.

 

(6th August 2017) Thanks to tomm:

For updating his ESET blocking guide on how to prevent IDM from calling home.

 

(5th August 2017) Thanks to dee.pee:

For his instructions on how to translate Avira Phantom VPN.

 

(13th July 2017) Thanks to bubbada:

For his .REG files which insert all the IPs into COMODO Firewall added to Tip # 12, at the main post above.

 

(13th July 2017) Thanks to Dukun Cabul:

For his instructions on how the Kaspersky firewall should be configured.

 

(2nd July 2017) Thanks to Undertaker:

For updating his creative Adguard fix on how to prevent IDM from calling home.

 

(20th June 2017) Thanks to Hamanokaito:

For updating his Registry Permission fix to prevent IDM from calling home.

 

(19th June 2017) Thanks to sledge101:

For his anti-DNS spoofing concept to prevent IDM from calling home.

 

(14th June 2017) Thanks to A.lemane:

For his cFosSpeed trick to prevent IDM from calling home.

 

(14th June 2017) Thanks to NokiAlpha:

For sharing 2 more IDM IPs to be blocked.

 

(12th June 2017) Thanks to sledge101:

For his heads-up on DNS resolving.

 

(10th June 2017):

Installing Greenify (Donate) On Privileged (ROM-integrated) Mode.

 

(7th June 2017) Thanks to Undertaker:

For his Visual Protect 3.5+ tutorial on how to be rid the annoying IDM nags.

 

(7th June 2017):

Reviving A Hopelessly Contaminated IDM.

 

(22nd December 2015) Thanks to knowledge for contributing his patch too:

Metro-free CCleaner, updated to the latest version.

 

(18th November 2015) Thanks to rudrax:

Fix a bricked Lenovo A6000 / A6000 Plus.

 

(3rd November 2015) Thanks to Dukun Cabul for contributing his batch file:

All-in-one (AIO) elevated to the OP, above.

 

(14th October 2015) Thanks to subsystem:

New, updated Potplayer rules.

 

(10th October 2015) Thanks to A.lemane:

For his .BAT file which inserts all the IPs into Windows Firewall to Tip # 10, at the main post above.

 

(6th October 2015):

Firefox Enhanced With Tab Mix Plus (TMP).

 

(1st October 2015):

Classic Theme Restorer (CTR) pawns Australis.

 

(30th September 2015):

A Safe Data File Host Downloading — Free From Malvertising added to the main post (above.)

 

(28th September 2015) :

A Blazing Fast, MediaFire — Free From Malvertising.

 

(16th September 2015):

The Adblock Plus (ABP) guide updated with 3 custom global rules for Annotations on YouTube videos.

 

(14th September 2015):

A new entry — Windows Firewall Control (WFC) updated to the Configurations & Settings tutorial.

 

(12th September 2015):

IP updated at Method # 3 of the Blocking Skype Advertisements.

 

(4th August 2015) Tip # 9:

A special return gift to The Advocate of the hosts (copy-paste) method, updated at the main IDM post (above.)

 

(10th August 2015):

The Leak-proof & Tamper-proof WFC tutorial.

 

(4th August 2015):

Preventing Windows 10 From Getting Reserved Without Your Consent updated.

 

(15th July 2015) Thanks to Michael*:

For his site suggestion added to Tip # 6, at the main post above.

 

(4th July 2015):

Encrypted Google Search Engine.

 

(1st July 2015) Thanks to subsystem for suggesting the 25th IP:

169.55.40.5

 

(25th June 2015):

Friendly Tip added to the Firefox Memory-hogging Reduction tip.

 

(23rd June 2015) Thanks to Greed93 & Taker for reporting the 24th IP:

169.55.0.224

 

(20th June 2015):

New download link containing both the IDM rules (allow and block) added to the above post for the sake of lazy Windows Firewall Control (WFC) Users.

 

(07th June 2015) Thanks to Michael*:

For his tip (at post # 2563) on how to create the IDM rules into the built-in Windows using Command Prompt.

 

(29th May 2015) Thanks to Dukun Cabul:

For his screenshots (at post # 2501) illustrating how Bitdefender Internet Security 2015 or Bitdefender Total Security 2015 should be configured.

 

(9th April 2015) Thanks to mona:

For her screenshots illustrating with how the Private firewall should be configured.

 

(8th April 2015) Thanks to villasg:

For his screenshots illustrating with how Avast Internet Security 2015 should be configured.

 

(7th April 2015) Thanks to masterupc:

For his screenshots illustrating with how the COMODO firewall should be configured.

 

(7th April 2015) Thanks to steven36 for reporting the 23rd IP:

184.173.149.184

(6th April 2015) Thanks to IamBidyuT (honorable mention to Taker, MyIDM, PITA, Now, pamadhilwankalan & villasg):

For his screenshots illustrating with how the Kaspersky firewall should be configured.

 

Important Note from IamBidyuT:

{The older version, KIS15 MR1 (15.0.1.415) leaks the IDM IPs}

 

(28th February 2015):

The Taming Snagit tip.

 

(18th February 2015):

The TeamViewer Self-update prevention tip.

 

(14th February 2015):

The TeamViewer Advertisement pop-up prevention tip added to the main post (above.)

 

(10th November 2014) Thanks to anyname:

For his screenshots illustrating, how Windows 8 Firewall Control should be configured.

 

(3rd November 2014):—

Disabling the Maintenance Configurator within the Task Scheduler, completely.

 

(28th September 2014) Check out Step # 2 (inspirational credits to FR33W1LL):—

New illustration added to the main post (above) as a precautionary step.

 

(15thAugust 2014) Thanks to KP333 and JAPONE:

For their respective screenshots (at posts # 699 & 700) illustrating, how the Outpost Pro firewall needs to be configured.

 

(3rd August 2014) Thanks to abbasi:

For his screenshots illustrating, how the Norton 360 firewall should be configured.

 

(24th July 2014) Thanks to rkkdjb:

3 additional IPs added to Yamicsoft Windows ( 7 or 8 ) Manager under The Scope at the main post (above.)

 

(20th July 2014):

The Google (1e100.net) tip.

 

(19th July 2014):

WindowBlinds Nag prevention tip.

 

(17th July 2014) Thanks to the initiative by Zarko:

The configuration for Windows Firewall added to the main post (above.)

 

(16th July 2014) Thanks to exodius:

Yamicsoft Windows 8 or 7 Manager tip.

 

(9th July 2014) Thanks to sirri:

174.133.70.98

174.133.70.101

 

(15thAugust 2014) Thanks to hihello and Software182:

For their respective screenshots (at posts # 209210) illustrating, how the ESET Smart Security firewall needs to be configured.

 

(4th July 2014) Thanks to PITA:

For his useful tip on downloading the official IDM installer.

 

(19th June 2014) Thanks to 7h3Pr3d47oR:

Thread moved to the Guides & Tutorials section.

 

(19th June 2014) Thanks to exodius:

The main post (above) is updated with the IPs (additionally) in horizontal format just realized that most firewalls use this format instead of the vertical format.

 

(17th June 2014) Thanks to Dodel:

75.125.34.148
75.125.34.157

207.44.199.165

 

(17th June 2014) Thanks to sirri:

207.44.199.16

207.44.199.159

Edited by dcs18

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Zarko

Yeaaah thats it. Call home now IDM if you can :duh:

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sirri
207.44.199.159

207.44.199.16


what about those ?

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dcs18
207.44.199.159
207.44.199.16
what about those ?

Accepted and updated.

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iih1

Should be made as below?? @dcs18 otherwise IDM back home call home..

Firewall..block Inbound outbound

50.22.78.28 #Tonec Home Offshore software development
50.22.78.29 #Not Found Apache Redhat server
50.22.78.31 #Not Found Apache Redhat server
50.97.41.98 #Not Found Apache Redhat server
50.97.82.44 #?

69.41.163.49 #Red Hat Linux Test Page Apache Http server
69.41.163.149 #Red Hat Linux Test Page Apache Http server

173.255.137.80 #?
173.255.134.84 #?
174.127.73.80 #?
174.127.73.85 #?
184.173.188.104 #Home
184.173.188.106 #Home

184.173.188.107 #Home
202.134.64.74 #?
207.44.199.16 #Accepted?
207.44.199.159 #updated?

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dcs18

@ iih1

Have just added an illustration for Users of WFC - check out my OP. ;)

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Dodel
207.44.199.159
207.44.199.16
what about those ?

Accepted and updated.

should read 207.44.199.165

Also found there's already a thread on this with some IP's not listed here :- //www.nsaneforums.com/topic/14234-internet-download-manager-515-build-3/

75.125.34.148

75.125.34.157

Regards

Dodel

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dcs18

207.44.199.159

207.44.199.16

what about those ?

Accepted and updated.
should read 207.44.199.165

Both 165 and 16, as well - seem legit. :)

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Zarko
207.44.199.159
207.44.199.16
what about those ?

are they old, now is 184.173.188.107 registeridm.com ?

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Dodel

Potentially 2 more :-

205.199.44.156 registeridm.com
205.199.44.16 registeridm.com

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Dodel

A nice site where I usually do my IP lookup is:--

http://www.ip2location.com/free.asp

yeah something I use myself, but I'm in work, and they'll be wondering why I'm doing IP lookups out of out range :rolleyes:

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iih1

@dcs18 i appreciate your effort good and complete tuto also for other member.

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dcs18

When I started out on my own, I realized that the most dangerously important IP was 184.173.188.104 - check out my notes:—

Spoiler

50.22.78.28

mirror4.tonec.com
tonec.com
www.tonec.com

 

50.22.78.29

mirror4.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

50.22.78.31

data.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

50.97.41.98

star.tonec.com

 

50.97.82.44

mirror2.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

69.41.163.49

mirror.tonec.com

 

69.41.163.149

mirror.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

173.255.137.80

mirror5.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

173.255.134.84

mirror5.tonec.com

 

174.127.73.80

mirror3.tonec.com

 

174.127.73.85

mirror3.internetdownloadmanager.com

174.133.70.98

174.133.70.101

 

184.173.188.104

internetdownloadmanager.com,
mirror6.internetdownloadmanager.com,
www.internetdownloadmanager.com
www.mirror2.internetdownloadmanager.com
www.mirror5.internetdownloadmanager.com
www.mirror6.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

184.173.188.106

secure.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

184.173.188.107

registeridm.com
secure.registeridm.com
www.registeridm.com
www.secure.registeridm.com

 

202.134.64.74

rev.dyxnet.com

 

Edited by dcs18

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Zarko

this is very useful

When I started out on my own, I realized that the most dangerously important IP was 184.173.188.104 - check out my notes:--

this is very useful

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dcs18

@dcs18 i appreciate your effort good and complete tuto also for other member.

Just testing the waters, here - if it is well taken by our members, shall add some more illustrations and maybe then the staff might consider shifting it to the tutorial section. :dunno:

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Rok

When I started out on my own, I realized that the most dangerously important IP was 184.173.188.104

yeah, it's the most important IP of the IDM lot, and is involved in getting you updates. When blocked, you cann't update IDM from inside the "check update tool". I already had half-of-the IP's blocked here. Now, adding few more from your useful post @dcs18.

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dcs18

Complete set of (illustrated) rules added for the benefit of Users of Windows Firewall Control. ^_^

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ramiz0

@ iih1

Have just added an illustration for Users of WFC - check out my OP. ;)

and what about for other firewalls are these rules applicable for other firewalls too?

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dcs18

@ iih1

Have just added an illustration for Users of WFC - check out my OP. ;)

and what about for other firewalls are these rules applicable for other firewalls too?

Oh yes, one can use any firewall - the Windows Firewall Control is just an example. :)

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exodius

@dcs18 Do I need WFC to use this method? Would it work if I only use native w7 firewall?

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