my friend… I’ll try to answer you seriously doing my best to stay so, but I can’t promise I’ll be able to do so
first of all, if you don’t want to be traced and you really think your solution will work, I’m sorry to say that you’re totally wrong… the only way not to be traced is to poweroff your pc, cut its power cord, throw away your mobile phone, your CC, your car (with automatic toll pay system) and move to live on an high mountain, far away.
all other measures are useless and (that’s the worst part) they give you a false sense of security…
that said… decrypting SSL is technically doable in a almost trivial way, but it’s really a bad thing…
from your name I guess you’re from Grecia and you’d know that EU has strong laws regarding privacy
SSL is not used for money transactions only…
Let’s say I’m your IT manager and you an user of mine… according to laws, I can see which sites you visit but I can’t use such info against you… I mean, I can’t call you in my office and say “Dionisis, I saw you spent some time on youporn, please stop” because it’s illegal
I can use the info I gather to modify my firewall/proxy rules and avoid you to go to youporn.
Let’s say I decrypt SSL and so take a look at WHAT you see inside a site… I’d discover you have a cancer, the number of your CC, your religious or sexual tendence. this is, I repeat myself, illegal
so, premising that you’d really start to study how SSL works, why we are using it, and, above all, how all the sites out there are tracing us (nothing to do with ssl), I strongly suggest you to clarify what’s your aim, 'cause, inverting our position (you are my IT boss, and I am an user of yours), if I just know what you’re doing, you’ll discover the difference between an hair dryer and a 357 magnum (this is a cite from a funny guy), if you know what I mean
finally, an opinion on how this topic has been treated here: giving technical explanation about something technically doable but illegal without any kind of advice against such a practice is a bad thing… ethically speaking, it’s really a bad thing to do and unprofessional.
I’m quite surprised nobody spent a second (but me) about it.