Technology Blog "No Bugs For Passwords Anymore"

A lot of people get irritated by the mandatory registrations at online sites, a good news for them..Try Out was created as a mechanism to quickly bypass the login of web sites that require compulsory registration and/or the collection of personal/demographic information (such as the New York Times).

You may not want to register online coz of following reasons:

  • It's a breach of privacy.
  • Sites don't have a great track record with the whole spam thing.
  • It's contrary to the fundamental spirit of the net. Just ask Google.
  • It's pointless due to the significant percentage of users who enter fake demographic details anyway.
  • It's a waste of time.
  • It's annoying as hell.

Imagine if every site required registration to access content.

Here's a quick explanation of using bugmenot:

Suppose you want to access New York Times( and don't want to go through registration process then just add "" before the NewYorkTimes URL, so the new address will be something like this "" after this will show you list of passwords and user names and choose any one from the list.

That's it,No breach of your privacy now. For Deatailed Info about you can visit

Friday, March 23, 2007 written by

1 Response to " "No Bugs For Passwords Anymore""


April 10, 2007 at 3:56 PM

wats this?