How many times have you been annoyed by some web site which asks you to 'login to read more' ? Here is some good news for you. BugMeNot is an Internet service that provides usernames and passwords to let Internet users bypass mandatory free registration on websites. Started in August 2003 by an anonymous person, it aims to allow Internet users to access websites that have registration walls (for instance, that of The New York Times) without the requirement of compulsory registration. This came in response to the increasing number of websites that request such registration. Many Internet users find this to be an annoyance at best and a potential source of spam e-mail at worst.
Currently BugMeNot has logins for 162679 sites. You can use the service free of charge from this location.
Some cool dude has made an extension for FireFox to make life easier for FireFox users. With the extension installed, you can simply right click a form and gain a username and a password from BugMeNot (provided that BugMeNot datababse has the site indexed).
Download FireFox extension from here.