To protect system assets, prevent unauthorized access, and lower the risk of attack, it often makes sense to limit user connections to a specific IP address or range of addresses.
For your ASP.NET application, an IP address block can prevent a disruptive address from access, though a warning and/or account block may be used first. Dynamic allocation of IP addresses by ISPs can complicate incoming IP address blocking, rendering it difficult to block a specific user without blocking many IP addresses (blocks of IP address ranges), thereby creating collateral damage.
IP address blocking is commonly used to protect against Brute Force Attack. For example, a website forum administrator who sees spam or unwanted posts from a user may block that user’s IP address to prevent them from using the discussion board. This will keep productivity high.
IP address blocking prevents the connection between a server or website and certain IP addresses or ranges of addresses. IP address blocking can be used to restrict access to or from a particular geographic area. For example, the syndication of content to a specific region. To achieve this, IP addresses are mapped to the countries they have been assigned to. We provide you option for IP blocking which includes both automatic ( based on user behavior) and manual IP blocking.
It also includes blacklisting and whitelisting of IP addresses. Individuals and enterprises can use blacklists to filter out unwanted e-mails. The whitelist is a list of entities that provide a particular privilege, service, mobility, access, or recognition. This service gives you total control over the access to your website.