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Cloak Adsense.

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by smallfry, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. smallfry

    smallfry BANNED BANNED

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    We all know the simple old way of cloaking adsense. You simply use a <div> and hide the adsense behind a picture. So you entice a user to click on the picture but really they click on the adsense. This is totally blackhat and will get you banned, so do not use it. However, I was reading a thread that discussed another approach. Basically the website loads an invisible frame and no matter where the user clicks, it records as an adsense click. There was a script once posted in these forums, but for some strange reason has been removed. I was curious if anyone has this specific script? Or if anyone knows more about it.

    The way I see it is, you would have to make the adsense huge in height and width, but that would be recorded to google as they send that to their servers once you click on the ad. So that would be detected. I do not see how other than doing the height width, it would work. Anyone want to chime in?
     
  2. Crazy

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    Create a div with z-index of 0 that spans the height & width of the window auto-adjusting. OnClick, make it invoke a JavaScript function to hit the iframe.
     
  3. smallfry

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    But will that not be detected because it is using the click function? Adsense can detect the mouseover and what not. I am trying to understand more. Please explain if you can. Pm is fine if need be.
     
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  4. smallfry

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    Here is what I came up with so far:

    Code:
    <script>
    function Dosomething()
    {
        alert("This will become a click function");
    }
    
    </script>
        
     
    <div id=div1 name=div1 onclick="Dosomething()" style="width:100%;height:100%;position:absolute;z-index:0">
    </div>
    
    So first problem is the scroll bars, how to eliminate them. Two how to get the javascript to click on the actual iframe. Any more input guys?
     
  5. Crazy

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    Scroll bars should be able to be nulled w/ CSS. I'll look into it though. You won't want the script to click the iframe, just set the address and navigate to it. Might be best to handle this over PM or an IM service actually.
     
  6. blackhatdetective

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    is this code working.?
     
  7. andy2009

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    I would like to know that as well. Here or by PM would be great thanks.
     
  8. sizzlers

    sizzlers Newbie

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    Is there any probability of getting the account banned?
    As such , am interested for more info on this.
     
  9. flaktrak

    flaktrak Power Member

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    LOL this is called clickjacking and yes there is a HIGH probability of getting account banned. Good luck though :)
     
  10. 2011nfl

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    you have to think, is it better to make $100 every month or $1000 one month and get banned? those figures are just an example, i dont know how much anyone makes lol.
     
  11. cacoleman1983

    cacoleman1983 Newbie

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    Has anyone had any success in cloaking adsense or any other ad network?
     
  12. YesYouCan

    YesYouCan Regular Member

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    Careful with adsense ;)
     
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    Thanks for the help.
     
  14. rs pwner

    rs pwner Regular Member

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    why not try this with Bidvertiser?
     
  15. JettyZ

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    Instead of doing this with adsense, are there more lenient networks?