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Use On-Screen Keyboard with KeePass
On-Screen Keyboard can be used to enter master password and other information such as a password entry. The purpose of using On-Screen Keyboard is to avoid keystrokes that could be tracked by keyloggers.
There are two On-Screen Keyboards to use:
Use Windows built-in On-Screen Keyboard Windows On-Screen Keyboard is a utility that displays a virtual keyboard on your screen and allows users with mobility impairments to type data using a pointing device or joystick. It is also useful for users who do not know how to type.
Windows built-in On-Screen Keyboard screenshot:
To open Windows built-in OSK, click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to Accessibility, and then click On-Screen Keyboard.
Use KeePass On-Screen Keyboard plug-in
You can also use OSK to enter other information such as entering new password entry items. To do so, first open a password database. Then you need to show On-Screen Keyboard. Go to menu item Tools -> On-Screen Keyboard -> Show On-Screen Keyboard.
If you don't see a tick next to "Use built-in Windows OSK (Win2K/WinXP only)", the KeePass OSK plug-in will show up. Otherwise, Windows built-in OSK will be used.
KeePass On-Screen Keyboard plug-in screenshot:
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