Screen Virtual Keyboard for Chrome

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Screen Virtual Keyboard provides a mildly customizable virtual keyboard while working within the Chrome browser, protecting against basic keyloggers.

Screen Virtual Keyboard for Chrome

Screen Virtual Keyboard for Chrome will bring up a floating keyboard whenever you open your browser. The keyboard might seem too large and intrusive by default, but you can adjust its size from the options menu. You can change its color scheme and behavior-related settings, such as always on top, sync with a physical keyboard, and more.

If English is not your native language, and you want to switch to a more familiar keyboard layout, Screen Virtual Keyboard for Chrome offers 21 layouts for languages like Russian, Latvian, Portuguese, German, Danish, and others.

Using Screen Virtual Keyboard for Chrome can be helpful when your device does not support your language, you are utilizing a computer in a foreign country, the characters you need are missing from your physical keyboard, or you want to bypass a keylogger on a compromised computer. Additionally, it can be seen as a defense against lower-tier keyloggers that focus on pressed keys from a physical keyboard.

The Unicode Table can be used to select special characters unavailable on online keypads. You can also use an ASCII converter to convert ASCII characters to their hex, decimal, and binary representations and vice versa. Additionally, a Unicode converter can convert Unicode characters to their Unicode decimal representations and vice versa. You can find tips and explanations about Character Encoding as well.

Screen Virtual Keyboard for Chrome is an solid option for ergonomics and low-level security against keyloggers, with just enough customizations to make it a viable tool.

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Screen Virtual Keyboard for Chrome