At first I thought about developing a tool to: 1) Visit my own website 2) Spend some time around, clicking on a page here and there (all randomly) 3) Click on the AdSense link â€”> earn the advertisers' money Even noobs can develop this tool, you might think, only if they apply themselves. What I described above is what humans actually do, but unfortunately human behavior is only part of the story. This tool would be spread all over the world (don't ask me how...) so the access would come from good IPs and different locations, which is very important, but then again, this also is only part of the story. The problem we face with this approach are the damned footprints that Google can track. We can tamper with them, you say, but Google is not stupid. Here are some footprints I can think of: 1) Browser user-agent, and from this user-agent: Operating System, Browser, Browser Version 2) IP (cannot be hidden), and from the IP you can guess geolocation and language 3) Browser language 4) Screen resolution 5) Color depth 6) Check installed plugins 7) Check font 8) Different browsers (or even browser versions!) can leave different, specific footprints Why is this important? Because you can choose to hide these footprints, but Google will not be fooled: normal computer users don't hide these footprints en masse while browsing the internet, so if you either choose to hide them or have static/poorly combined footprints you'll be caught. In fact, if you randomize everything but forget (or don't know about) a SINGLE footprint, and all the "visitors" show this footprint common to all normal users of x browser/browser version lacking, you'll be caught. And don't even think about making your tool emulate a single browser (e.g. Firefox). You'll be caught if over 90% of the visitors to your site come from a Firefox browser. And the most problematic footprint of all... 9) Cookies! Why? Because the huge majority of users have a browsing history of varying length and Google AdSense, Google Search and Google Analytics are everywhere. Do you use Google Search to find stuff? If so, Google is already tracking you. Do you visit BHW? Well, guess what, Google Analystics has a nice cookie for you. If you recall seeing an AdSense, no worry, it saw you too. What am I saying? Simple, when you click on an AdSense link, Google will use the cookies already stored to see where you have been (all important IDs are saved on their servers and also in your cookies), how long the cookies exist, and if their information match. If the footprints 1-8 made you give up on this tool, then cookies will force you to forget about it for good. Here comes my "crazy idea": a program to manipulate the users' browsers. So forget about everything I said above, except this: 1) Visit my own website 2) Spend some time around, clicking on a page here and there (all randomly) 3) Click on the AdSense link â€”> earn the advertisers' money If browsers can be manipulated either by a (invisible) plugin or through another method to do the steps 1-3, then everything will be truly HUMAN in Google's eyes, from the users' behavior to the browsers' footprints. So first you set up a website, use whatever is at your disposal to make it attract a decent number of visitors, and months later show AdSense to your visitors and cash on it by having what we can only describe as "humans" surfing your website, spending some time around and then clicking on the AdSense. But the question is... can browsers be manipulated into doing the steps 1, 2 and 3?