2020-01-15 10:36:13.402 Host key fingerprint is: 2020-01-15 10:36:13.402 ssh-ed25519 256 1a:a1:11:22:33:c4:55:66:7d:88:aa:dd:2e:39:99:37 814C/xxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/r/84DA=
This is not EXACTLY the key offered, but you get the idea. I tried copying the key directly from the log and using it as the host key, but could not get it to work after several different variations. I finally figured out that what WinSCP was looking for as the key was the first line and third line combined:
"ssh-ed25519 256 814C/xxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/r/84DA="
as further down below it showed "host key offered" as the line above - notably minus the second line that shows when I had "host key=*"
Is that correct? Is there a reason for the log showing "host key offered" and it having that second line in there when I use the wild card as opposed to inputting an actual host key?