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Usually, I used to generate private key files from PuTTYGen, then convert them under OpenSSH format to succeed in connecting with tFTPConnection to a SFTPserver.
Recently, I had to use CoreFTP Lite to generate an allowed key pair with successful connection to a CoreFTP SFTP server.
But, it seems impossible to use this private key file with tFTPConnection.
May you help me ?
I'm not sure about this. But I think this may be due to RSA and DSA.
Here are the codes of tFTPConnection.
You can see this string "/.ssh/id_dsa".
How does CoreFTP generate private key, by RDS or DSA?
All I can find is this explanation : "Core FTP supports SSH protocol version 2 and will attempt to use it first in all SSH connections"
Nothing is asked when you generate a new key pair with this sowtfare...
I imagine SSH-2 RSA 1024 is used...