Log in with your Reddit account
If you want to...
📖 read scripts
🔍 find scripts
...you do not have to log in.
✍️ show up as a writer
📝 post scripts
📌 save other people's scripts
...you will need to log in.
If you have not logged in here before, scriptbin will use your Reddit username to register a scriptbin user.
If you have set it up previously for your account, log in with secondary login/two-factor authentication.
Will scriptbin see all my information/posts/be able to do anything with my Reddit user? halp
No - this login process is used to make sure you have control over a specific Reddit account, and also gives you a scriptbin account with the same username, so that no one else can take your username. You also don't have to remember a separate password.
Technically speaking, scriptbin asks for the absolute minimum permissions to be able to ask who the "logged-in" user is. Even this gives it a little more permissions, but they are never used.