If you have a root power text editor, just edit /etc/hosts and delete the last line. Here’s another way:
cp -p /etc/hosts /etc/hosts-backup
cat -n /etc/hosts
this should display hosts file with line numbers. Take note of how many there are. Let’s use 11 for example. You want to take it down to 10.
head -10 /etc/hosts > /etc/hosts-new
mv /etc/hosts-new /etc/hosts
I’ve only tested on Linux, but it should work, or work with similar options. If not, to get back to current:
cp -p /etc/hosts-backup /etc/hosts
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