This article takes you back into time to re-visit the previous posts written on Technofriends which help you view websites without registering on them. So if you are someone who is annoyed with the process of creating user-id’s with websites, these posts below should help. Click on the relevant hyperlinks to read more of these posts.
1.) BugMeNot lets you View Webcontent without Passwords: BugMeNot is an interesting website which provides you with disposable login details for a large number of popular websites on the Internet. Interestingly, BugMeNot also has a Firefox-Add On which lets you bypass compulsory web registration with the context menu via http://www.bugmenot.com. Read More about BugMeNot and how to use it to get disposable login details.
2.) Be the BOT lets you Fool websites by changing your Request Header: BeTheBot is another interesting website which lets you check out websites which tend to give out their authenticated content to bots for caching purposes. BeTheBot modifies the User Agent Request Header to the Google Bot or Yahoo Bot, this makes the web server believe that the request is indeed coming from Google Bot or Yahoo Bot. This post also introduces you to an interesting Firefox Add-On called UserAgentSwitcher. Read more about BeTheBot and Fooling Websites.
3.) IT Knowledge Exchange: A free edition of Experts Exchange: If you are someone who doesnt have access to ExpertsExchange, nothing to worry about, IT Knowledge Exchange is an interesting website which was created to allow IT professionals to ask questions and get answers in a collaborative manner.
Enough of me… What are the other ways you would recommend for checking out Password Protected Content. Feel free to comment about other services which you might like to get listed on Technofriends.
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