Reggy for Chrome: create anonymous accounts with a few clicks

Martin Brinkmann
Jul 14, 2022
Updated • Jul 14, 2022
Google Chrome extensions

Reggy is a browser extension for Google Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers that is designed to speed up the creation of anonymous accounts on sites.

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Many websites prompt users to create an account to access content on the site. Some include options to bypass the account requirement, others block access to content until an account is created and used.

When it comes to the creation of accounts, users have two main options: use their own data, including their email address, to create the account, or, use fake or random data to do so. The first option links their data to the account, which some users may not want, especially if they just need to access content once on the site. The second option uses anonymous data to register an account and access the content; this may give users less control over the account.

Sometimes, it may be possible to bypass these roadblocks entirely, either with the help of browser extensions or manual intervention.

Disposable email services are a popular choice when it comes to the registration of temporary or fake accounts. These services provide access to email addresses that anyone may use. Some support private email addresses to give users full control over their emails, but this may include the requirement to create an account at the service or pay a fee. Email forwarding services, such as Firefox Relay, AnonAddy or SimpleLogin are another popular choice. They forward temporary emails to a user's real email account.

Reggy: easier temporary account creations

The browser extension Reggy improves the registration process for users who fall into the second group. It creates fake information with a click and adds an email of one of several temporary email services that it supports to the profile. New profiles are created with a click and the form filling option of the extension fills out most of the fields of registration forms automatically to streamline the account creation process further.

A click on the Reggy icon in the browser's address bar displays the random username and password, and the selected email service. Other information, such as first and last name, gender, date of birth, zip and address, are also created on the fly.

New account data and a new random password can be generated with a click in the interface. The data is created anew each time the button is activated, but is not changed automatically after a successful account registration. The fill form button fills out form fields based on the information, and the check inbox button opens the inbox on the disposable email provider's website to check for verification emails.

Reggy supports several temporary email providers, including Mailinator, Maildrop and Mailcatch. Options to add custom providers to the listing are not provided.

A quick test confirmed that the extension is working as advertised for the most part. Some form fields may not be filled out automatically on some sites, e.g., Reggy failed to fill the Age field of the Pinterest sign-up form, but it worked well on most sites. Captchas need to be solved manually as well.

One downside to Reggy is that it supports just a few disposable email providers. Sites may block email addresses from these providers so that Reggy can no longer be used as effortlessly as before. While it is possible to alter the email address manually, to use a provider that is not blocked, it does add extra time to the registration process.

Reggy does not keep track of the created accounts and the sites the accounts have been used on.

Closing Words

Reggy is a useful extension when it comes to the creation of random user profiles for the registration on Internet sites. The extension is limited by the supported disposable email providers, an option to add custom providers would remove that limitation.

Now You: do you use temporary email services or email forwarding services?

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  1. vaginessa said on August 23, 2023 at 2:27 am

    Hey check out “Throwaway” itvdoes nearly the same..


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  3. Duane said on July 21, 2022 at 3:40 pm

    Thanks for this amazing extension :)

  4. Tom Hawack said on July 14, 2022 at 3:51 pm

    I’ve always created anonymous accounts except for business, administration and confidential exchanges : if real name required rather than pseudonym then fake name. Email is never any of my true addresses but one created with the AnonAddy extension. Sometimes age/date of birth, location are required (optional most of the time) : the age I provide then is 21-99 (sometimes I feel so young and other times so old!) and the location in conformity with my IP location (no proxy, no vpn, no tor) but as fake as can be.

    Whatever the scenario password is always 32 alpha-numerical -custom, or to the maximum when length < 32

    I'm sure of myself more than I am of friends and relatives, not that I distrust them but because my fear is that, should their device which includes any of my true email addresses ever get hacked, any of those would likely end up in the wild areas of our more or less beloved networks :=) That's when you receive spam even though you haven't been the culprit…

    1. Martin Brinkmann said on July 14, 2022 at 5:05 pm

      I think that it is a good strategy to separate sites and services into groups like you do.

      1. Tom Hawack said on July 14, 2022 at 5:25 pm

        @Martin, I’m taking this opportunity to point out an off-topic matter : now requires the Cloudflare Clearance cookie (tied to a dedicated script).

        I used to visit with cookies disabled, now I have to allow session or lifetime cookie for Ghacks (I choose lifetime given the Cloudflare Clearance cookie has a one year validity) : that is not as such a problem, especially that I understand why. With the ‘Cookie AutoDelete’ I keep only the cf_clearance cookie, others are removed.

        But what is bothering is that RSS feeds no longer work, at least when run from the Feedbro extension (Firefox) :
        I had [] and [] : neither get fed any more.

        Is this temporary? Are you abandoning the RSS feature? Any workaround? I really most appreciate those feeds.

      2. Martin Brinkmann said on July 14, 2022 at 5:42 pm

        I don’t have all the insights, but it appears that the site is under attack currently. We have no plans to abandon RSS support. I try to get this sorted out asap.

      3. Tom Hawack said on July 15, 2022 at 11:25 am

        Fixed here, from at least 2022-07-15-07:20GMT
        RSS feeds are operational as well.

      4. Martin Brinkmann said on July 15, 2022 at 12:13 pm

        Tom, thank you for the confirmation. All back to normal on my end as well.

  5. KERR said on July 14, 2022 at 1:32 pm

    Awesome idea! I’ve been using DontBugMe Firefox extension which allows you to easily use credentials from on any page.

    Hope to see a Firefox version of Reggy soon!

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