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I'm looking for a plan to keep a network of thousands of websites footprint free. Nothing to interlink them in the eyes of god, google and any other prying eyes..

Potential footprints I have identified:.

WHOIS info of each domain.

Nameservers.

IP address and class C which IP address belongs to.

Publisher ID numbers for sites that are monetized by advertising programs (adsense etc).

WHOIS info & nameservers can be easily dealt with. The biggest hurdle seems to be the IPs, especially on different class Cs. I can most likely solve the publisher IDs problem with a little brainstorming, but I'm still worried about the IPs. Other bits of the source code won't be a problem at all if an in-house/custom made cms (a cms specifically made to minimize footprints) is used & content of course will be markoved & unique..

Can anyone identify further potential footprints, and give me some suggestions about the IPs & publisher ID numbers?..

Comments (9)



You sound like your on to a nice setup. I dont really know how nasty G is. I havent had sites smacked becuase of this but they could do adsense codes, adword accounts, affiliate codes, tracking software, any links or blogrolls.....

Comment #1



Different hosts for different sets of sites would solve the IP issue.....

Comment #2



When I'm running a network of sites which make high $xxxx to low $xx,xxx everyday I would prefer to control the servers, as opposed to hosting them on shitty shared hosting accounts..

I wonder if there can be any "reverse" tor-like solution to the IP issue... coupled with dynamic dns servers..

Speaking of dynamic dns, another possibility that comes to mind is that of using dynamic IPs.....

Still looking for suggestions...

Comment #3



How do you plan to get around the adsense footprint?..

Comment #4

Who said anything about 'shitty shared hosting accounts". If you are such a big hot shit making that kinda bank DAILY, then put a VPS or dedicated server at multiple locations.

Shit son, anyone could figure that out! You SURE you know what you are doing?.

Yea, right. Keeping DNS updated with dynamic ips would be interesting. Your resolution speed would be crappy!.

Keep looking... Maybe listen more.....

Comment #5



Don't forget to use multiple registrars as well... Preferably on different continents...

Comment #6

One word, volume. Next time, don't fly off the handle like an ass before understanding what's being discussed. A vps or dedicated server for each $2/day adsense site? Hah...

Comment #7

If your sites are only doing $2/day in adsense per site, shitty servers should do just fine..

As for Adsense, I hope you haven't forgotten about that footprint. Some folks do everything they can to hide their sites, only to undo their hard work by putting adsense from the same account on every site...

Comment #8



Xblade, I'm concerned about the IPs not the quality of servers. And no I haven't forgotten about the adsense publisher ID...

Comment #9


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