>Programs designed to let you control who your computer “talks to” on the Internet.
By selecting appropriate blocklists of “known bad” computers,
you can block communication with advertising or spyware oriented servers,
computers monitoring your p2p activities, computers which have been “hacked”,
even entire countries!
and By the Way all the evil connections like that described in ipfilterX page :

# False Positives Optimization
# Careful analysis
# Updated frequently
# Dangerous AntiP2P – .GOV and .MIL lists included
# Sensible protection by checking for range changes
#Specifics :
Governments (Also Hidden Gov.Agencies)
AntiP2P (Organizations, Technologies, Related)
Entertainment Industries
AntiP2P Law and Consulting Firms
P2P Spammers and Flooders
Attackers ; Ddos Serials Attackers
Malware Hosts
Malicious Hosts
Botnet Command & Control Servers
Unfair Companies (Business , Information, Multimedia)
Unfair Hosting Services
Spy ,Intrusion, Tracker Networks
Publishing and Marketing Companies
Data Research Institutes and Centers
Spam Harvest
Business Agencies
Unknown Ranges
and more …

They can’t get in to your computer, and your computer won’t try
to send them anything either.

ipfilterX can really make you stay away from a lot of troubles ,
with the minimum effort from your side .


>As showed above in the Screenshots Page you can use ipfilterX loaded into PeerBlock .
This page will be updated when known bugs of this program can interfere with ipfilter loading and work .
>I sent also one of our team to reply at Peerblock Forum when someone is getting a problem blocking a particular ip range ( his nick is Spartan23 )


Alternatives to PeerBlock for Mac OSX and Linux users