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winscp.exe [session] -p=[password]. this would allow to have keepass(or any other application) to start a session why having all passwords stored at one point. In a way this would solve the initial issue of having one masterkey for winscp.
cmd://pattern in KeePass urls: The idea: if you double click a "location" it opens WinSCP with the password. Unfortunately I didn't found a way to pass the password with the current Command line options of WinSCP. It would be a great leap if you could add a support for that.
I assume this is only true for the stand-alone WinSCP, not for FAR Manager plug-in. I mean there's no way to tell the plug-in to save into ini, instead of to to registry, right?
Sorry for crushing the party but my concern is malware, not theft. I don't want malicious software to have access to my password storage and TrueCrypt wouldn't help me here. If I can access the encrypted filesystem then so can the malware.
You can specify a path to an INI file using /ini command line parameter.
Here's an idea that might be easier to implement --- I notice that WinSCP allows storage of its configuration in an ini file ... it could easily be stored on an encrypted filesystem, such as TrueCrypt.
If you were to make the location of the ini configurable, it could easily be stored on an encrypted filesystem, such as TrueCrypt. (truecrypt.org)
/inicommand line parameter.