You certainly take your time thinking about removing this comment.
I am well aware of PestPatrol being overzealous. However I do trust my HIPS logs and my firewall alerts.
And when something tries to establish a connection to a site without my consent I call it infringement of my privacy.
Unfortunately not included in the log is application ID, which is DVDSubber.
If you feel the need of removing my comment, there is nothing stopping you.
As for the DVDsubber - I still believe it to be spyware/adware crap.
DVDSubber 2.0.4 RC1d
26 November 2005 , reviewed by:
The software was downloaded from the official site, the developer claims it to be 100% spyware free.
Installer recognised as spyware by PestPatrol.
When the installed app is ran it attempts to establish a TCP connection to primary.webcamxp .com on port 80.
Here is the IDS log:
Local Point: xxxxxxxxxxx.xxxx.xxx [x.x.x.x], port 1256
Adapter: Local Area Connection 2
Remote Point: primary.webcamxp.com [220.127.116.11], port http 
100% spyware free? Don't think so. Get rid of the crap!
Administrator's Note: You're wrong, this software is clean!
You better get a real antyspyware/anivirus software (Microsoft Windows AntiSpyware is still free). PestPatrol is well-known for the huge number of false positives. Here is just a short quote from CastleCops' review: "I have to agree, Pest Patrol does it's job finding and eliminating pests, but the user should be warned...not everything that Pest Patrol finds is diabolical..."
Please always check twice before posting such serious allegations; and by the way, your second comment was removed and... we're thinking to remove this one, too.