Author: H.User1325 (21 May 15 11:52am)
As you can imagine, it would not be useful for Project Honey Pot to have a process whereby you or anyone else could, with the click of a button, remove an IP address from the listing/database. With that capability, spammers could easily delete all their IP addresses making the HPPT:BL service and database useless as a tool to block comment spammers.
Of course without knowing which IP address you would like to remove from the listing, it is hard to provide any advice on how to correct the problem(s) that caused your IP to be listed in the first place.
Assuming your IP address is used responsibly to add comments to blogs, forums, comment pages, etc. you should only need to follow the suggestions provided in the second post if this thread ONCE to have removal of your IP considered. For that one-time need there are plenty of publicly accessible internet browsers available; A Public Library for example.
On the other hand, if the activities that caused the IP address to be listed are ongoing, all the request to have the IP address removed from the block list and database will correctly be to no avail.
This is just the opinion of one user and volunteer contributor to Project Honey Pot database and forum.