Can you tell me what do you want, instead of referring to options of other SSH implementations?
The feature I request is the option to strictly prohibit the connection to unauthorized/unknown hosts.
Under Linux this equals the option mentioned above, where a client can store public host keys in .ssh/known_hosts
and can exclusively connect to this hosts when the option "StrictHostKeyChecking yes
" is placed inside the ssh_config
There should be the possibility to prohibit a client connection to hosts not stored in a pre-configured option file under [SshHostKeys] (alternatively: the Windows registry).
At the moment/by default, this option seems to be set to "ask
" in WinSCP, where an incautious user just can click on "Accept".