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2. Various security holes, discovered in all browsers, related to Cross-Site-Scripting and Cross-Domain restriction bypass possibilities. There are lots of such security holes. When new hole is discovered, then patches will come out, but there is always in use some percent browsers, which are NOT PATCHED agains specific cross-domain restriction bypass issues.
So potential "bad guy" can select from traffic unpatched browser owners (this is technically possible) and use them for making fake clicks.
Sophisthicated - yeah, but still possible :)
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If Google finds out what PAWAS had been doing, his IP address will be banned. He may now need to get a new IP address for this matter
That is true and you could use user-agent to limit your exposure and provide the hole, but once it is patched you will have to find another hole (if you can). There is one way (of many I would surmise) to grab the urls and do with them as you wish, but then you are faced with another dilemna (which I will not mention as I think there is a way around it as well).
Be best to just delete this thread.
cheating is bad but exposng the weakness of a system is journalism.
Deleting this thread would be just a form of dictatorial censorship. This thread does not talk of anything wrong, just a flow of the system, which is not even proved.
I would guess that they audit the accounts once a month so in 6 days you might not be banned but after a month maybe.
people that do things like what you're doing/done hurts the system.. imagine if everyone did it.. imaging if everyone tried to 'abuse' the system.. guess what? google at some point may discontinue ad service.. then what are you all going to do? cry like babies when you've ruined it for yourself and everyone else?
this forum should be to talk about how to improve ad performance/revenue/etc.. not to post how much you can make in one week.. or how long before you can earn a million dollars a day... or ... i'll leave it at that.