These are mainly that several of the available login result pages seem to be loaded with either spam entries or profanity filled fake entries which isn’t a great thing to see.
The list of websites on the front page is listed by points which presumably is the amount of successful votes and does look a little confusing.
Still, as contributions are added all the time it depends on how quickly and how good the information submitted by users is which decides how likely you are to get the required login. Login2Compared to Bug Menot, Login2 is a small and relatively simple to use service that offers username and password logins for several websites, although just how many there are in its database isn’t known.
It is incredibly simple to use though, and all you have to do is enter the website name such as or and click the Get button.
If a website match is found, it will then present you with a list of logins found with username, password and although not easily visible, the success rate percentage in red text.
The Chrome Bug Me Not Lite plugin seems a lot more sophisticated and offers a drop down of the available logins which can be filtered to remove those below a certain success percentage, accessible from the plugin options window.
The login information will be displayed and you simply click and copy the details to enter into the website in question.
If it doesn’t work, press the “Not working, show more” button to get another login.
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.
A simpler way to get around not having to register on a website yourself with real or fake details, is to use someone else’s details that they have willingly shared with you.