I am writing to address a specific limitation in the firmware of the routers provided by your service, which I believe could be improved for enhanced network security.
Currently, when I attempt to include spaces in my WiFi password, the system evaluates it as weak and prevents me from saving the change. This presents a issue for users like myself who prefer to use passphrases that include spaces for their network security. Passphrases, known for their spaces and phrase-like structure, are not only more secure due to their length and complexity but are also easier to remember.
The inability to include spaces in WiFi passwords limits the potential for creating stronger, more complex passwords, thereby diminishing the overall security of our home networks.
I understand that allowing spaces in WiFi passwords might require a firmware update revision. However, I believe this enhancement is good step for improving the security options available to your customers.