Browser Script - Extenstion / Addon / Plugin for Chrome / Firefox (GreaseMonkey)

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I need a browser based Extenstion, Plugin or an Addon made for Firefox OR Chrome (Any one of the browsers would do) that would show me in a google search results page which of the sites displayed are using Google Adsense inside them.

What it should do, is - read carefully:

Whenever a google search results page shows (no matter what is searched or how many results), it will display to me as an INDICATOR the sites that use the Google Adsense Script within them.

For example, I am looking for "Nike Shoes" on google. The search results page shows up. All the sites that use Adsense should have a "Tick Mark" or be coloured in "Green" or something like that. (I am open to the way the listings would be shown). The ones that don't use adsense show up as normal search results.

It would be great if a code could be implemented (like the SEO4Firefox plugin) where I could manually click a small "?" beside the listing and basically query the page if it uses Adsense or not.

But - it should not alter the functions of the browser in ANY WAY.

It should not be resource intensive or memory hungry.

My last point: Before you submit a proposal please write the number "27" within it, so I am sure you have read my requirement. If not, your bid will be ignored. I also don't care as to how big your Company is and how many people you have working in it. Just do the job and do a good job.

Please look through / install SEO4Firefox plugin. The display can be like that. I don't mind. OR anything else that you might want. I am open to ideas.

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