This is going to be a long reply in two posts. Sorry in advance for this.
I stepped back from the Hijack this log to try and see what else could be happening. BlackIce may be reporting a lot of activity with its default settings. I couldn't see anything unusual in the Hijackthis log you posted that could be the cause of the increased activity. That's why I suggested posting to the other thread in case there was something I was missing.
Here is a comparison to what may be going on with BlackIce. I use Zone Alarm Pro so I don't know the defaults for BlackIce. When Zone alarm is first configured it will alert you on any & all things your router is doing. IT seems like a lot is going on. Even under my Norton 2005 my logs show a ton of activity from IP addresses I've never heard of. But later when I check them out on Whois Arnet I find they are well known programs. Like AOL IM, Zone Alarm, Firefox etc. All programs I recognize. The logs are just keeping track of the Ip addresses and not the DNS names like www.aol.com etc. Until I chaged the settings for Zone Alarm to only alert me on Hacker activity & added my Router(s) to the trusted zone did all the alerts stop. The activity was still high but I knew with the software I use & my configuration in the NETWORK: of this reply to secure my Network, That I was protected.
The software I use on a regular basis. Spywareblaster, Spybot Search & Destroy, Ad-Aware SE, Zone Alarm Pro, Norton Anti Virus 2005.
If I were experiencing the same thing? This is what I would do to be sure my PC(s) were not infected with Virus/Trojan/Worm, Adware/Spyware/Malware or Hijacked.
1) I would make sure the software I mentioned above is up to date with the latest definitions for each program.
2) I would disconnect my router(s) from my modem & from my PC(s).
3) I would boot in normal or safe mode & back up my most important data just for a precautionary measure. (I use Acronis True Image & Acronis Disk Director). Any program that will backup, make an image or copy partitions will be fine. If I didn't have a program like these I would attach a slave drive to my PC and just copy over my important files & disconnect that slave when the files were copied.
4) I would boot my PC into safe mode.
5) I would enable the all protections & immunizations of Spyware Blaster & Spybot Search & Destroy.
6) I would do a full scan of my PC in safe mode removing any items found as critical or problem using Ad-Aware SE & Spybot Search & Destroy.
7) I would do a complete Anti Virus system scan or use custom to select all my hard drives if there is more than one drive. I use Norton Antivirus.
8) If for some reason any of the above programs would not run in safe mode? I would start normally & go into msconfig start>run>msconfig and under the General Tab I would check Diagnostic Startup to load just the basic services & drivers & re-boot (remembering when I'm done to go back & uncheck diagnostic & use the selective or normal startup). I only do this if I suspect I have a virus/trojan/worm, adware/spyware/malware or have been hijacked. This will be sure none of these programs are running as a process or service if I am infected. If some of the programs still won't run properly I would start normally and CTRL+ALT+DEL to bring up task manager list window & just end the processes of things I did not recognize. Being careful not to end system processes, svchosts.exe etc.(I use The ultimate Troubleshooter from answersthatwork.com).
9) Run any of the programs that would not run before.
10) Shut down the PC(s).
From here you could:
1) Attach your router back to the PC(s) but not connect to your modem yet.
2) Power up the router & PC(s).
3) This one is optional. Reset or configure your router with the suggestions in the NETWORK: section below. I do this for myself and is not something you have to do but I just wanted you to see how I am set up.
4) Power everything down & reconnect your modem to the router.
5) Power up everything and monitor the activity.
Of course I could suggest Un-installing BlackIce after all of this and when you do a Netstat you may not see what you were seeing before. But that doesn't help explain why all this activity started when Black ice was installed.
I'm not very familiar with BlackIce. I will probably install BlackIce in one of my test environments in the next week or so. This way I will have a better understanding if the activity you are seeing is normal & related to Black ice’s default settings or something else.