So far, just this one and the demo sites listed on https://sqrl.grc.com/pages/getting_started_with_sqrl/.Have any websites gone live with using SQRL as an option for access?
Hi, thanks for the all the work you do, I am a long time "Securitynow" listener. What would be great if more people would adopt SQRL so we can all have the deserved security on the web. What if you do a youtube promoting SQRL?We already have a place setup for that "SQRL Resources on the Web". So the INSTANT anyone other than GRC or a test server exists, we'll have them proudly and prominently listed there!
Well just for clarification, the password can and should carry over if you export your identity with the password. Basically, if you do the export that way, the importing client should ask you for it. If the importing client asks for your Recovery Code, then it will not have the password to use.Noticed during setup across multiple devices the password doesn't carry over
This I think has been mentioned before & highlighted by me as a UX issue, just to reiterate to client builders that if you give identity export with & without password protection equal promotion in your UI then people will use the latter to the detriment of system security.Well just for clarification, the password can and should carry over if you export your identity with the password. Basically, if you do the export that way, the importing client should ask you for it. If the importing client asks for your Recovery Code, then it will not have the password to use.
Well the simple answer, no matter which site you care to ask about, is that the site needs to have the option added, and as it is early days, there is not SQRL server code/plugins for many platforms. In the TWiT Community example, this means someone needs to figure out how to do a plugin for Discourse.How do we not yet have SQRL Login for ____x____
Attempted to register, but just takes me to the regular email signup. Also, this confirmation is a little less than "friendly" and includes the scary bit at the end. After that it takes me to email/confirm and personal info i.e. regular acct signup.It's there now
To clarify like @PHolder said
Not sure you can resolve this, but here goes at trying to please everyone all of the time. Can the wording of this be clearer to non-technical user, but still provide technical details?"scary bit"