Before any users reading this think they can log into some websites such as pay-per-view tv or movies, banking or e-commerce websites which require users to pay money to access the site, think again.That’s not how it works and any site can be blocked from the Bug Me Not system by simply submitting a request form.According to My Wot, Siteadvisor and Google safe browsing analytics, is a suspicious domain with mostly negative visitor reviews.Safety status of is described as follows: My WOT reports its overall reputation as poor, Google Safe Browsing reports its status as safe, while users provide mostly negative reviews (60%).The list of sites that want your details even if you’re going to be visiting only for a minute or two is endless, but of course private or invite only sites and those which offer paid services such as movie streaming you can fully understand needing an account.Quite often an easy way is to use fake personal name and address details, then use a temporary disposable email address so you don’t get spammed but you have somewhere your account activation emails can be sent to temporarily.
The login information will be displayed and you simply click and copy the details to enter into the website in question.
There is the possibility to use Opera, Firefox or Chrome extensions so they integrate into your browser and can automatically enter a login when you visit a supported website.
The Firefox plugin simply requires you to right click on a use name or password field and click “Login with Bug Me Not”.
Here’s some useful sites that do just that and offer shared login details that someone else has created for a website but you are free to use as well. Bug Me Not Bug Me Not is one of the original and longest running websites with the intention of allowing you to quickly bypass the logins of web sites that require registration and/or the collection of your personal information.
All of the usernames and passwords listed on Bug Me Not are added by users which obviously has its good and bad points.