Well isn't that just a barrel of monkeys,
thanks to this thread:
What is PeerBlock?
PB is an open source IP blocker that uses a global list of IP addresses to automatically block connections to and from those IP addresses
What's it for?
It was a tool commonly used during the day's of the FastTrack P2P Network to help prevent being targetted by RIAA/MPAA filesharing lawsuits. It has since today evolved into a general internet protection tool, that is helpful in blocking bad network ranges such as spyware websites, as well as general network hubs that collect and store data. In other words, it's generally a tool for the highly over-paranoid.
Ok, so what's the point?
If you have PeerBlock enabled, you cannot connect to AeriaGames' gaming servers.
You will recieve the message "Failed to Connect to Login Server"
Why is that? Why would PB be blocking connections to Aeria?
PB has a very large list of over 1 billion IP addresses. The majority of them are benign in nature, like for example, Harvard University or IBM....lol it even blocks Microsoft.
Should I be worried?
Absolutely not. Just disable PeerBlock temporarily, or add an exception the same way you would with a firewall for the blocked IP addresses, and you'll be good to go in no time.