I tried to figure out how to use my existing SQRL account on my iPhone, but still haven't grok'd how this is done. For now I have SQRL running on my desktop and one of my many laptops and I use one device or the other when I need to access a SQRL enabled entity.Just created my SQRL identity from scratch using Jeff Arthur‘s iOS app through TestFlight pretty much no problem (I’m already familiar with TestFlight) after hearing Steve Gibson’s invite on Security Now via Leo Laporte’s TWiT Network, then used that SQRL identity to make the forum account I‘m posting this with Thank you, Leo, Steve, and Jeff
I am Watching the blog, as well, although am not finding where/how to bookmark it on my forums account, unless it’s in the ellipsis drop-down from the icon at the top-right of the postings list, under More Options, which is unresponsive for me (iPad OS 13.7 Safari).
I was also unable to login to the SQRL forums themselves linked at the top of this page as the last of the tabs, even after completing the same process involving a bounce into the sqrl app as worked for here, so that’s pretty confusing to me (I understand each site needs you to log in separately, it’s the fact that the process wasn’t working but did here that gets me). Maybe it’s because my password was too whack (I made extensive use of special characters and I made it ridiculously long) since it eventually told me it was wrong when I tried to input it even though it was exactly the same as when I made it just a few minutes prior. When I re-factored my SQRL identity, then the process _did_ work for the SQRL forums yet I’m still logged in here, which suggests that there needs to be a forced logout of all associated IDs/sessions added into the SQRL system enforced upon integrated sites for whenever a SQRL ID is refactored, otherwise the fact that I opted to stay logged into these forums allows my expired/refactored ID session to persist here (unless SQRL is actually freshly authenticating every session on the back-end to facilitate my “stay logged in“ preference).