Most of the internet content (especially news sites) that I need access to, requires registration (i.e. login id/password/email verification etc.).

The whole process of creating user id/login is damn frustrating and time consuming. First of all you need to remember all these ids and secondly you get spammed by these sites (with marketing offers etc..).

How I wish I could bypass all these compulsory registration process and have an access to pre-validated login id/passwords.

BugMeNot – a very useful service is a database of valid login id/passwords for 125439 sites (even popular ones like,, etc.).

How does it work?

  • Make a note of the website address your are trying to access.
  • Visit
  • Enter the address from step 1 into the box and press the “Get Logins” button
  • You should now be presented with at least one username and password.
  • Use the login id/password to enter the site.

Moreover, BugMeNot provides Firefox and IE plugins (right context menu) too, so that you can get the login id/password without visiting the bugmenot site.

Related: BugMeNot on Wikipedia | IE Plugin | Mozilla Plugin

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