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DenyHosts: Remove / Delete an IP address

I've followed your guide and installed denyhosts to protect on my RedHat 5.3 OpenSSH based server. However, I've been accidentally blocked out from my home ADSL IP address. I tried removing my blocked IP from /etc/hosts.deny, but it did blocked it again quickly. It appears that DenyHosts keeps track of the attempts somewhere on disk or memory. How do I remove my own home IP address from DenyHosts?
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What are TCP Wrappers? How do I find out if a program or server (service) is compiled with TCP Wrappers? What are the advantages and disadvantages of TCP Wrappers over firewalls like Netfilter or PF? How do I protect my Mac OS X or Sun Solaris or Linux workstation by using TCP Wrappers?
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