With today’s release, we’ve added “fighting off keyloggers” to the list of ways Passpack protects you and your passwords.
Pros & Cons
- Protect against keyloggers
- Easy to type non-standard characters
- Easy to type on a foreign computer (great for travelers)
Virtual keyboard cons:
- Slower than actual typing
- Won’t fool screen logging malware or shoulder surfers
To make sure the on-screen keyboard doesn’t slow down the sign in process for those who aren’t interested, we’ve loaded it into a separate library. To use the keyboards, just click the Show virtual keyboard link anywhere on the sign in or Packing Key screen.
Once you do that, you’ll automatically see the little keyboard icons anywhere in Passpack that requires typing your password or Packing Key. Click the icon to pull up the keyboard.
The following keyboards are supported: Ukrainian, Macedonian, Pashto, Armenian Eastern e Western, Pinyin, Kazakh, Danish, Slovak, Belarusian, Serbian Cyrillic e Serbian Latin, Bulgarian Phonetic, Swedish, Romanian, Farsi (Persian), Burmese, Slovenian, Hungarian, Arabic, Italian, Spanish (Spain), Lithuanian, Russian, German, French, Polish Programmers, Turkish and Dutch.
Based on Grey Wyvern’s HTML Virtual Keyboard Interface. Thanks!