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  1. Dave

    Welcome! If you are looking for an actual answer, I would suggest posting this question to...

    Welcome! If you are looking for an actual answer, I would suggest posting this question to https://sqrl.grc.com/forums/sqrl-developer-discussions.7/ along with some technical information about Mastodon, like https://docs.joinmastodon.org/admin/install/ and the fact that it appears to be a Ruby...
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    New User I Have Questions

    https://sqrl.grc.com/pages/getting_started_with_sqrl/
  3. Dave

    Quiet isn't it

    @alexT, just in case you missed it: https://sqrl.grc.com/threads/new-app-coming-to-testflight-shortly.1065/post-9237
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    Changing SQRL Password - do I have to do it on every instance?

    In this scenario, you would not "re-key" as the term is used in SQRL. You would just use the rescue code to change the password.
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    Changing SQRL Password - do I have to do it on every instance?

    Yes. Nope. The password is used exclusively on the client to unlock the identity to send it to the site. No site will ever know or care that you changed your sqrl password.
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    Changing SQRL Password - do I have to do it on every instance?

    Yes. And it doesn't HAVE to be the same for each instance. If you chose to, you could have a more secure password on, say, a desktop with a keyboard where it was easier to type.
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    Quiet isn't it

    And, hopefully he doesn't fry anything!
  8. Dave

    Common or Best Practice for login form?

    Looks good to me. (But they don't let me do design.)
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    Websites using SQRL

    This also sounds like a FAQ candidate!
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    Common or Best Practice for login form?

    This has been the topic of much discussion over the past half-decade. Scanning the QR code is cool and demos quite well. And, as you may well know, it was, in fact, the genesis of SQRL with the QR in SQRL originally being from the QR code. But, many people believe that its use is, or will be...
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    Maybe we should "invent" an official Place Holder QR Code for SQRL?

    Interesting notion. If there IS a need for, as you put it, a SQRL adjacent QR Code, that sounds like a great idea. But it does beg the question of why one would use a QR code placeholder rather than some SQRL version of a broken link icon. (Maybe a dead squirrel? Just kidding.)
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    Introducing "IdTool": A utility to view and manipulate SQRL identities

    Very nice! That's exactly what I was hoping for. I like the way it shows the mismatched encrypted IMK's then the matching decrypted IMK's below them. Some REALLY minor observations that probably aren't worth bothering with but, I figured I would share them: 1) I really like the middle...
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    Introducing "IdTool": A utility to view and manipulate SQRL identities

    That was it. Thanks! [I can't remember the last time I didn't already have Visual Studio on a system.]
  14. Dave

    Introducing "IdTool": A utility to view and manipulate SQRL identities

    There appears to be a new dependency since 0.4.1: