For the love of god, don't do this.
1.) You're going to be banned from the network. If it's a direct track network, that means all 400 other direct track networks now know you're a thief and you will not get into any of them in the future. So you've effectively killed your CPA business with anyone who runs a DT network. Yes there are some networks that are not using DT code, but they're security is just as good if not better and you'll be caught with them too.
2.) It's fraud. You're wasting the networks time, the merchants time and you're attempting to steal money from both. It's not blackhat, it's like trying to rob a bank in the offline world. Don't do it.
3.) You're not going to see a single penny of the money you tried to earn by cheating. Networks are smart, fraud departments know more then you as they're filled with guys who have been there, done that and seen almost every trick in the book. You're not going to beat them no matter how sophisticated you think your system is. Don't do it.
Instead of thinking of ways to steal and cheat try doing it legitimately. You'll get paid and you'll sleep far better at night knowing you're not a petty thief. I'm posting this because there are far too many newbies who read a very attractive wso title and think it's all good, when in reality it isn't. If the wso you're buying involves promises of large numbers and hardly any work, don't bother buying it because it's crap and most likely involves something totally fraudulent. I'm not posting this to pick a fight with anyone and not pointing fingers at anyone, just warning new people, don't do these fraudulent techniques. Networks have to spend a lot of time monitoring accounts for fraud now and anytime a wso comes out promoting a new fraudulent way to do things, more time is spent banning affiliates that could be dedicated to other more productive projects.