How could I protect some stored sesions?. It will be right if sensitive session were hidden, protected with password before be able to connect...
Thank you very much.
You can have one INI file with the secret sessions and another with public ones. And use file-level permissions to restrict access to the secret INI file.
And no, you cannot use master password for automation.
Quoting https://winscp.net/eng/docs/security_credentials#storing_password:If the master password can't be used for automation/scripting, then is there a method for encrypting the password listed in a script file?
This relates to storing password in GUI, but applies equally to your question.Saved passwords (unless protected by master password) are stored in a manner that they can easily be recovered. It is not possible to securely encrypt passwords in a way that still allows for automatic use. Do not use the save password feature if you are not absolutely sure of the physical and electronic security of the system on which you are storing passwords.
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