Remember ssh key passphrase only while open
It looks like you can either save Termius your ssh key’s passphrase and it will remember it forever (which seems to defeat the passphrase entirely), or you don’t tell it your passphrase and you’re prompted every time you connect.
It would be good to have Termius prompt once, and remember it for the rest of the session, or day, or some fixed time period (and perhaps a button to forget it explicitly).
Absolut requirement. Add a setting with a timeinterval when passwords should be forgotten or forget it when Termius gets killed by IOS and connection saver is not active. Either way this is just wrong and completely goes against the whole security paradigm that Termius advertises.
+1 I have the same problem.
Agreed. This is an absolute requirement for me, as you say perminantly storing the passphrase is poor practice, I use lengthy passphrases which are a pain to retype frequently.
I would like the functionality of the Putty Pageant where you can load the passphrase for keys in memory upon startup so you can connect to sessions during the day without prompting for the passphrase all the time.
Hi, it is annoying to keep typing in the private key password. I'm used to do that one time on my notebook. My old ssh app iSSH was able to do same but they stopped developing the app so I needed to switch