Daniel Holmlund has been a developer for nearly 14 years experienced with server and mobile applications. Some of his interests include mobile applications, computer security, Sci-Fi and his wonderful family. Currently, he is a software engineer in the Intel Developer Relations Division.
Recently, the computer security community has been set on fire by a proposal for a new authentication scheme named SQRL from Steve Gibson of GRC. SQRL is an easy-to-use, high security replacement for usernames, passwords, reminders, one-time-code authenticators. It provides authentication that can be anonymous, and it requires no trusted third-party that can be compromised by hackers or three letter government organizations. We will walk through how SQRL works, and how it can be implemented on your web or mobile application.