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IPdeny compiles raw data from regional internet registries and offers free of charge country IP address block downloads. Our country IP zone files can be easily used in your applications and web sites to minimize on-line fraud, SPAM, floods or brute force attacks. IPdeny country IP block files can be used to set-up firewall or packet filter rules to disable specific service access and ports based on a specific country.
Please note that we are not a blacklist - IPDeny.com provides downloads of country IP block allocations that are processed from public Internet IP address registries. We have no control over any services or any companies that use our IP country block files to block data or use custom access control. Please contact these providers directly for any assistance you require.
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We have manually updated Taiwan country naming and will ignore it’s somehow outdated ISO3166 naming. Thanks for your request Z.L. and GoooOOoooOOO Taiwan !
IPv6 blocks are ready for download! in IPDeny.
I am happy to announce that IPdeny now offers aggregated and full IPv6 country IP address blocks available for download. You can access IPv6 country IP blocks download directory here: http://www.ipdeny.com/ipv6/ipaddresses/blocks/ IPv6 country aggregated blocks: http://www.ipdeny.com/ipv6/ipaddresses/aggregated/ Archives available (starting from Sep 11, 2014): http://www.ipdeny.com/ipv6/ipaddresses/archive/ Please feel free to contact us if you notice any problems. […]
IPv4 IP country address block aggregation in IPDeny.
Starting from August 15th, 2014 you can download our aggregated country IPv4 address blocks. By aggregating multiple smaller blocks into larger IP prefixes you can increase your firewall, packet filter or router performance. Why? You will have less firewall rules – each incoming or outgoing IP packet will be inspected faster, probably will use less […]
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