Google Search Trick You're Restricted To Use

You might have already used some of the advanced search techniques to get more refined, custom results on Google. By combining your search keys with few more search functions like inurl, filetype, site:url, related:url, language:lang_name, etc., you'll surely get the most relevant pages, contents out of Google.

Here I'm going to share another 'trick' you may want to explore when looking for something "awesome" on the internet. Those who live by the idea that software should be given for free (and not sold) may find this trick useful.

Google Search TrickBy entering 94FBR before software's name right on Google Search box, you'll get a list of webpages that host serials, keys or illegal copies of software specified. Put simply, you can instantly obtain serials or keys for a specific software using the "94FBR" trick. Just type 94FBR + name of software (e.g. 94FBR Xxxx XXX).

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Clearly this is not anymore a wholesome trick and you're not supposed to do it. Thought of it as a "nice" share to demonstrate just as how easy it is for some unscrupulous individuals to obtain serials and keys of particular software for free using Google.

But what's with 94FBR? What is it?

According to Yahoo, "94FBR was part of a Microsoft Office 2000 product key that was released on the internet that bypassed Microsofts activation system. Because it is a relatively uncommon term, when you add it to your search queries, it will generally return results of pages listing illegal serial numbers". That's how '94FBR trick' works and why it works!

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Again, you may want to try it to see it for yourself but please support the developers -- get legal copy of software straight from vendor's site or other trusted site.