Virtual Keyboard

A virtual keyboard is a software component that allows a user to enter characters. A virtual keyboard can usually be operated with multiple input devices, which may include a touchscreen, an actual keyboard and a computer mouse.

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Virtual Keyboard - Security Considerations
... Virtual keyboards may be used in some cases to reduce the risk of keystroke logging ... Westpac’s online banking service uses a virtual keyboard for the password entry, as does TreasuryDirect (see picture) ... for malware to monitor the display and mouse to obtain the data entered via the virtual keyboard, than it is to monitor real keystrokes ...
Touch Pal - History
... It only has the T+ layout virtual keyboard ... The keyboard is one-layer design ... Besides what v1 has, its virtual keyboard is resizable by finger sliding ...
Projection Keyboard - Design
... A laser or beamer projects visible virtual keyboard onto level surface ... project a second (invisible infrared) beam above the virtual keyboard ... The user's finger makes a keystroke on the virtual keyboard ...

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