Top row: That looks like a right-hand-only keyboard mash in Dvorak, with an out-of-place "a" and missing a "c" and "t", as if you're lacking a right middle finger. Or it could be a left-hand-only mash in Arensito, using Alt_Gr for the "90" and "/". What I'm trying to say is that your keyboard mashing looks completely human, totally not like a spider, bobcat, or velociraptor.
Your second line looks like a left-hand-only keyboard mash in QWERTY, but has both a ";" and a "+" to explain.
Your third line is too small of a sample for me. I'm a bit disappointed that I couldn't identify any of your pseudo-random output as being inspired by Colemak, the third keyboard layout that I've extensively used.
Yablo wrote:I figured it was just a Dvorak keyboard.
"FJAFJKLDSKF7JKFDJ" as a keyboard mash in Dvorak looks like the "A", "L", and "S" are out of place.
I was not expecting to be talking about keyboard layouts in a discussion about a giant spider impersonating human-ness over the Internet.