Bug/Design Flaw in handling variables (X-WRT) I have the latest stable release (r3529) of X-WRT for White Russian 0.9 installed and I'm using WPA PSK keys that have been created by a random process. Because of that I noticed a weakness of X-WRT when it comes to handling user input variable data. For instance, if the WPA PSK key contains a vertical bar "|" this will chop the key apart at that exact location the next time it is loaded into the X-WRT wireless settings page. This problem is not limited to the "WPA PSK" field or the "Wireless Configuration" page, nor is the "|" character the only critical character there is. I think the problem is not just a little bug but lies burried deeper in the way X-WRT (and I believe also the original White Russian webif) handles and remembers variables before commiting them to the nvram. So my questions is: Will this ever be fixed? Is the problem still present in the latest milestone 3 snapshots?