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This problem can be very frustrating! It is typically from you hand moving over the touch pad to type on the keys. It would be lovely if they weren't designed so. To reduce the problem change the sensitivity of the touch pad to a lower level so it is not as sensitive.
Look to the right of the N and M and COMMA and PERIOD keys, for the SLASH key.
Below the COMMA and PERIOD keys, is there a key labelled ALT(ernate) GR(aphic)? If so, hold that key down, press the key to the right of the PERIOD key, and press the ALT GR key, and see if a SLASH is displayed.
Not entirely sure about the speed of typing issue but if you're using a lower speed PC the more secure sites may simply present too much of a load to run smoothly, If you provide your specs I can likely be a little more help. As for the scroll sign, that is the sign that pops up whenever you touch the right portion of your mousepad, it works like the wheel in the middle of a regular mouse.
If you're resting your hands on the mouse pad or next to it you're likely activating the scroll without realizing it.
Hope this helps and feel free to reply back with your computers specs if you'd like me to try and help with the speed issue as well.