Under Managing Your Account, there will be an option to Create an Outlook alias.
If it's available, you'll see a Cached link pop up under the title in the preview window to the right.
Clicking on that will bring up a snapshot of the page.
All you have to do is type in the URL for the site you want to view, and Bug Me Not will serve up a list of usernames and passwords for that site.
It also lets you know how many people have had success with those login credentials.
What's one site that no one would want to block from accessing their content? Everyone wants to be found on Google, so when Google's crawlers or bots visit a site, they give it a special header that lets them bypass any paywall or restriction.
A site called Be The Bot can help you trick sites into thinking you're a Google or Yahoo bot.And don't feel bad about using them—people willingly submit them to help others bypass restrictions.Do pass on good Internet Karma, though—if you have a throwaway account you use for a certain site, submit it so others can use it too!You can set up a filter in Gmail to have all messages sent to the "alias" address marked as spam or sent to a different folder.If you use Apple's i Cloud Mail, you also get five free aliases, like Outlook.Obviously, since there's no password required, you don't ever want to use Mailinator for anything sensitive, but that's not what it's for anyway.