Virtual Keyboard - Mouse-Only Keyboard (MOK)

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Virtual Keyboard - Mouse-Only Keyboard (MOK)

#1 Post by Ottur » Fri Dec 01, 2006 11:26 pm

[Moderator note: this is the primary Mouse-Only Keyboard (MOK) program thread. View database entry]

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Could anyone suggest a portable virtual keyboard software? I've been looking around, but I have yet to see a good one. I only need basic functionality, though word auto-complete would be nice.

If anyone has seen a nice portable virtual keyboard program, please let me know!

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#2 Post by Erind » Mon Dec 04, 2006 6:55 am

This is a knee-jerk response, but...

Start --> Accessories --> Accessibility --> On-Screen Keyboard

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#3 Post by Ottur » Mon Dec 04, 2006 8:47 am

Well, yeah ... but Microsoft's OSK is not truly portable. It reads and writes its configuration to the registry. Though I am using it now, as it gets the job done ... the job being a virtual keyboard within a virtual OS (QEmu).

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#4 Post by Erind » Mon Dec 04, 2006 10:52 am

gotcha. Just thought I'd put it out there.

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Mouse-Only Keyboard (MOK)

#5 Post by melendz » Tue Dec 05, 2006 5:23 am

Try MOk at http://myplanetsoft.com/free/antikeylog.php#mok

It is not fancy, but it is supposed to be secure. I think that it is portable, but you should check to make sure.

From the web site...

An ideal utility to be used to enter sensitive passwords. To avoid key loggers you can enter the password using only the mouse. This method protects you even against hardware keyloggers, or other keyloggers not supported by MyPlanetSoft Anti Keylogger. When the program is started, it deactivates all system-wide clipboard viewers, so you can safely copy passwords around different applications. Fully customizable keyboard. No installation required. Only ~70KB.


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#6 Post by Erind » Tue Dec 05, 2006 6:10 am

Wow, that's kinda neat! Very simple, but looks great.

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Re: Mouse-Only Keyboard (MOK)

#7 Post by Ottur » Tue Dec 05, 2006 9:39 am

melendz wrote:Try MOk at http://myplanetsoft.com/free/antikeylog.php#mok

It is not fancy, but it is supposed to be secure. I think that it is portable, but you should check to make sure.

Hmm, I'll check it out, thanks!

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#8 Post by Andrew Lee » Thu Dec 21, 2006 4:56 am

I have posted MOK to the database.

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Re: Virtual Keyboard

#9 Post by Midas » Thu Nov 30, 2017 11:51 am

Topic update: seems MOK database entry (https://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=1098) had gone private after the Admin upvotes batch removal.

I tested it just now and it seems to work as intended in my Windows 7 x64, so I upvoted it to make it public.
  • [url]http://www.myplanetsoft.com/[/url] author wrote:MOK helps avoid key loggers by entering passwords using only the mouse. It protects even against hardware keyloggers, or other keyloggers not supported by MyPlanetSoft Anti Keylogger. MOK deactivates all system-wide clipboard viewers, so you can safely copy passwords around. No installation is required.
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@webfork: as I also made the present one MOK's official forum topic, a rework of the OP subject is requested for better retrievability. Thanks. :)

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Re: Virtual Keyboard

#10 Post by webfork » Thu Nov 30, 2017 3:21 pm

Midas wrote: ... as I also made the present one MOK's official forum topic, a rework of the OP subject is requested for better retrievability.
Good call. Thanks for giving energy to some of the older entries.
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