All you have to do to access it is type in the address.
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.
We need to be careful about what we share, who we share it with and really decide if this should be stored online.
The team scraped data between November 2014 and March of 2015 and published a paper on the study.
They even shared the non-anonymized data of 70,000 users for free onto the Open Science Framework.
Recently Ashley Madison, Beautiful People Only and Adult Friend Finder have all had user data stolen and shared on the web.
According to David Emm of Kaspersky Lab’s GRe AT, “once this type of information has been made public, criminals can use it to help with identity theft or more.