Aplin Software’s aim is to offer Windows users around the world protection against keyloggers. To achieve that aim, the company came up with Neo's SafeKeys, a free tool that puts a virtual keyboard at your disposal. Instead of using the real keyboard and risk having your key strokes recorded by keyloggers, you can use the secure keyboard provided by this free tool.
There are two Neo's SafeKeys editions to choose from: install edition and portable edition. Here on FindMySoft you can get the install edition. You can download an installer (an executable that is less than 1MB in size), run it, and click through a setup wizard to complete the installation process. The whole thing will take very little of your time.
The application’s interface looks like a keyboard. From the slider located in the bottom right hand corner you can set the interface’s transparency level. If you have any problems figuring out the interface, just hit the F1 key. This will take you to the official Neo's SafeKeys website; down at the bottom of the website, there’s a PNG image that provides useful information about the interface. It basically tells you what’s what.
From a functionality point of view, the following features are put at your disposal by Neo's SafeKeys: protection against keyloggers, password masking, import a keyboard layout, multiple mouse modes, drag and drop mode, injection mode, import a keyboard layout.
Neo's SafeKeys is freeware, as I've already mentioned above. What I did not mention is that donations are welcome. So if you like using this application, do consider making a donation to support its development.
Neo's SafeKeys can prove to be a very useful tool to protect yourself from keyloggers.
Neo's SafeKeys is available as an installer and as a portable version. The interface looks just like a keyboard; you can import custom keyboard layouts for the interface. Neo's SafeKeys protects against keyloggers. Choose between drag and drop and injection mode. Neo's SafeKeys hides out of sight when you drag and drop a password. A slider allows you to easily adjust the interface’s transparency. Neo's SafeKeys is freeware (consider making a donation).
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Neo's SafeKeys Editor’s Review Rating
Neo's SafeKeys has been reviewed by George Norman on 06 Nov 2013. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Neo's SafeKeys 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent