I was checking Softpedia's website and noticed this Spam Revolt - Botnet Protection. -http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Security-Related/Spam-Revolt-Botnet-Protection.shtml If you take a look at the screenshots, you'll notice it seems to be nothing more than a PeerGuardian or PeerBlock rip-off. -http://www.softpedia.com/progScreenshots/PeerBlock-Screenshot-137936.html It does allow to configure which ports one would like to allow/block, by profiling it seems... They offer a 3-day trial... WTH Don't take me wrong, I'm not against any forking... that's how PeerBlock appeared... Nor am I against anyone making a fork a paid product, but a 3-day trial for something you can achieve with PeerBlock for free, all the time? I'd understand if you were paying for the blacklists, if they're using their own... But, a 3-day trial to test how efficient they are (if they offer their own lists)? They could make it work like that. The application is free, but if you want to use their lists, they you'll have to pay. Or, even have the application as a paid product... but, never a 3-day trial... Maybe this is a new trend - 3-day trials. Day 1 - You see and download the trial. Day 2 - You think it's good. Day 3 - They get your money.