Recent content by hackersarchangel

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    libpam module not compiling

    Here’s the link: https://github.com/kalaspuffar/sqrl-libpam
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    libpam module not compiling

    @kalaspuffar not sure if there is a better place to put this, if there is could someone move it and such please. I tried to compile your libpam_sqrl module and was met with a bunch of errors. https://pastebin.com/TLFRzAT3 I did fix an error in the /src/google_qrcode.c, line 29 where it has...
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    Windows Defender uninstalled SQRL

    Here is the report it generated yesterday. I didn't realize it removed the whole program, but it did. I'm talking complete removal, as if I never installed it, aside from the identity file it generated. Wild. On that note, it did auto-import the file without need for user intervention, which was...
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    Swallowing Biometrics all the way down.

    I like how the writer for the Android app has done it, and LastPass has taken a similar road, which is that if I opt in to biometrics, it lets me use it by default. But in the event it gets disabled for some reason either due to failure of auth or me hitting cancel, I can still enter in my...
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    FaceID is cool... but....

    I too am looking forward to Alt-ID's. I also think that multiple ID's are unnecessary as in the case of Android, you can now have multiple users on one device, and on iOS, if two people really do use it that way (I find it unlikely in this day and age) then perhaps then it would be necessary but...
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    Auto launch qr code scanner

    I was thinking the same thing in regards to the Android client, and now that I'm testing the iOS version, same thoughts. I understand we may need to get into advanced settings and such, but really, that should be less frequent by a factor of 80-90x than logging in.
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    Needing to scan login twice

    I just tried the latest version, using a Nexus 6 with Pixel Experience 8.1.1 and it only needed one attempt. If I can reproduce it, I'll update this thread. I concur, having a method for logging will help so that you know even on a good login you have a way to track a successful attempt.
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    Needing to scan login twice

    Same here. I think the issue I had was a one off.
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    What is the best way to protect your Recovery Code from being compromised?

    You are correct, I assumed a person would treat this like guns and ammo, keep them separate so it's harder to pull this off. Not to mention if you don't label any of it in an obvious way, that also helps, a la what @PHolder said above.
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    Pasting the password

    Well, there was Superfish....
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    Pasting the password

    In all seriousness, if you are being monitored in any way, you are already past the point of safety, and if you know about it, you should make it on another device. Realistically, the odds of this happening are minimal, as you wouldn't be doing this everyday and my suggestion would be make the...
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    Pasting the password

    Actually, there have been apps that instead of monitoring the keyboard (which requires access to kernel stuff I believe) it monitors the clipboard because apps and extensions like LastPass used to use it (if they don't anymore) so that made more sense to monitor. That aside, I'm all for...
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    What is the best way to protect your Recovery Code from being compromised?

    This is also assuming that in the long run, this becomes ubiquitous enough for the police to know about it, understand it, and then find their way into your device in the first place. In my case, all my devices still have a password of some kind, and for my phone, if I was worried about it being...
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    UX Help welcome

    I have written some basic programs myself, specifically using AutoIT (back in the day) and more recently, Windows Forms via XAML. I am using your app at present on a Pixel 2 XL, if you have anything you want me to look at it/test, I'm up for it.
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    Needing to scan login twice

    I had a similar issue earlier, but I was unable to reproduce it at this time. What it did was at some point it attempted to do something involving localhost and it failed because Chrome picked it up and it then failed with a "Connection Refused" message. I closed that tab, went back to the...