In the Authentication page, you can set authentication method, user name, password and private key. Password and passphrase for the private key are stored encrypted.
Select an authentication method for SSH protocol. If remote host does not support selected method, the SSH User Authentication dialog box opens during login for user authentication.User Name
Enter a user name you want to log on. The user name is an account name on the remote computer. If you leave it blank, a prompt dialog box for a user name will appear on connection.Password
Enter the password of the user account on the remote computer. It is used when a Password authentication is selected. If this box is blank, a prompt dialog box will appear during logon process. The password is encrypted and saved in your PC. For better security, just leave it blank.User Key
Select a user key that will be used when a Public Key authentication is selected. If this box is blank, a prompt dialog box will appear when required. If there is no user key in the list, create a new key and register it into the remote SSH server.Passphrase
Enter the passphrase of the user key you selected. It is encrypted and saved in your PC. For better security, just leave it blank.