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I'm unable to the space character in passwords. I'm unable to use characters such as !, @, ?, $ etc either, but I can live with these. The space charater gets me. Given the broadly generalised statement that password length is the only thing that really influences password strength (http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2012/05/25/how-long-would...), I should be encouraged to use a long password. But without the space character, this is a challenge.
E.g. KeePass reports that "Take me out to the ball game" is a 108 bit strengh. "Takemeouttotheballgame" is 80, and also harder to type. (Omitting spaces when typing is a hard thing to do.)
Why the restriction? Or am I (as a novice user) missing some config setting that would allow me to control what characters are available for passwords?
If ProjectPlace allowed me to save my password, like every other online utility I use, this wouldn't be such an issue. However I need to be able to remember and type my password frequently, since ProjectPlace keeps timing out on me, which means I'm restricted to a password that I can remember rather than using a password that my password manager maintains.
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