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I found on the internet that if you mention the software name and just add 94FBR keyword to your search query Google displays the results of all the cracks etc. for that software .

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So I was just curious to know what does this happen and does 94FBR has a special meaning?

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This question appears to be off-topic because it is not about a website you control. –  John Conde Dec 23 '13 at 13:20
    
@JohnConde : can you tell, posting this question on which stack exchange site will be good ?, or even better if you can migrate it there. -Thanks –  Shiva Dec 23 '13 at 13:23
    
@Shiva Just curious... what produces the blue bar in your search results? –  w3d Dec 23 '13 at 21:21
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@w3d I think it's PageRank Browser Addon. That's why its showing high for Facebook and low for other sites ;-) –  Sathiya Kumar Dec 24 '13 at 3:31
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does 94FBR has a special meaning?

94FBR was part of a Microsoft Office 2000 product key that was released on the internet that bypassed Microsoft's activation system. Google can also show results based on the synonyms of the searched query so it's highlighting Windows 8 and Crack when you searched 'Windows 8 94FBR'

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but it even works for non Microsoft product you can even try "Photoshop 94FBR" or any other software name. –  Shiva Dec 23 '13 at 13:13
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@Shiva Yeah! It's showing because Google is considering 94FBR as Product key. Cracks can also called as keys so its highlighting crack when you searched 94FBR with any software name :) –  Sathiya Kumar Dec 23 '13 at 13:19
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