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    Senior Member wolfman1984's Avatar
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    Virtual keyboards are great, but can you imagine typing one character at a time per mouse click.....brutal! Virtual keyboards should only be used at login prompts.

    Can the software listed in this forum detect these funky bad boys?
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    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
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    Can the software listed in this forum detect these funky bad boys?
    No, they are hardware and that is the problem. Now, they can be detected physically, but the latest issue is malware that uses spare memory on components that are normally in a computer' and that is not scanned by "normal" detection software.

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    Senior Member JPnyc's Avatar
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    We had some kind of error with wolfman's acct.

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