New Luma Feature: “WiFi Bouncer”
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Since Luma sits in the middle of all DNS requests, and those are presumably logged, I always refused to run them in my home. The idea that my WiFi password would sit in your database unencrypted doesn’t sit well with me either. I get perfect coverage across my two story home using a simple router from my ISP. If that wasn’t the case, I could buy an ultra powerful multi-antenna router. I never understood why any consumer would want or even need this product.

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