Author: M.Prince (23 Apr 07 4:15pm)
If you followed the instructions, the honey pot software does not have write access to your machine and runs in whatever sandboxed scripting environment you have setup. It is unlikely that the honey pot script caused your box to be hacked. However, if you provide more details (scripting language, server type, OS version, web server version, etc.) we will definitely look into it.
To remove the honey pot script from your site simply delete the script file. Again, the script should not have write access to your server and should only run when it is accessed by a visitor to your site.