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SFTP (RSA/DSA) Host Keys

View our host key fingerprints below:

BASIC FORMAT:
RSA hostkey: bc9d86202d681a35bb9d5c41f4eb694c
DSA hostkey: ce2f1c9f870af0b33183995780aee9b6

HEX FORMAT:
DSA Hostkey : ce:2f:1c:9f:87:0a:f0:b3:31:83:99:57:80:ae:e9:b6
RSA Hostkey : bc:9d:86:20:2d:68:1a:35:bb:9d:5c:41:f4:eb:69:4c

Protocol Values Notes
SFTP-DSS signature SSH “Unknown Host Key” message: The first time you connect to the Hosted~FTP~ site with a username/password with SFTP the “Unknown Host Key” message may appear. This is a normal part of the SSH setup for FileZilla and other SFTP clients/scripts
Hosted~FTP~ is the owner of the host server.
ftp.hostedftp.com:22 is the Hosted~FTP~ server available for logging in with an FTP client using DSS key signature
Please select the checkbox “Always trust this host, add this key to the cache” and the FTP client will then authenticate this SSH host key for future connections.

For more information about SHA-256 click here.

SFTP-RSA signature ftp.hostedftp.com:22 or ftp.yourdomain.com:22 host names can be trusted. Please select the checkbox “Always trust this host, add this key to the cache” and the FTP client will then authenticate this SSH host key for future connections. ftp.hostedftp.com:22 or ftp.yourdomain.com:22 is the Hosted~FTP~ server available for logging in with an FTP client using RSA key signature
This site can be trusted.
Please select the checkbox “Always trust this host, add this key to the cache” and the FTP client will then authenticate this SSH host key for future connections.For more information about SHA-256 click here.
Trust on first use (TOFU)
The TOFU (Trust on first use) security model is employed by SSH. See e.g. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Dotdo … _First_Use
Refer to these:
FileZilla client: links
WinSCP client: error message
WinSCP: verification in scripting link

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