Bypass Compulsory Registration For Forums & Other Sites
By on July 10th, 2009

There are many times when you come across forum posts or websites that require you to signup before you can access their content, however if you are just going to use the forum or site for one time there is no point in creating a new user there and giving away your email address to them.

Of course you can use one of the disposable temporary email services to create a temporary email address and signup with the website.

bugmenot_bypass_registration

Bugmenot.com is a useful service that will allow you to find and reuse username & passwords for 1000s of sites, which you can use to login and get your job done.

The service is a user driven community and all the username & passwords are submitted by other users.

While you use the service, make sure to not change the passwords as it may inconvenience other users, who are also looking to not register to a site.

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  • http://techpp.com/ Raju

    ya, its been around for a while and has been quite successful. There is one more way which I have explained in my post
    http://techpp.com/2009/03/12/2-simple-ways-to-access-forum-website-without-registering/

    • akshay

      its not working now
      the site is useless its username n asswords are worthlesss

  • http://www.beepthegeek.com Gagan

    ya, i’ve been using this service and it rockx.

  • fjohnson

    I have tried Bug Me Not several times to bypass registration and it does not work. The user IDs and passwords are bogus, and even claim to have only a 10 – 15% success rate. Piece of crap!

 
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