I just created a key pair using a 4096-bit key. When I make the connection to the domain name or IP using my [dot]ppk file, it provides a key fingerprint for 2048-bit key. Obviously, the fingerprints do not match. I confirmed the files on server with what was created and it all matches. I do not know where the disconnect is and I am familiar with using PuTTY for networking devices. Any suggestions or should I just create a new key pair? Do I need to mount the key? Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the response. I upgraded to the most recent, stable version (0.70) two weeks ago and tried the 64 and 32-bit versions as well. I also decided to generate a new key pair just to see what that does. I de-authorized the old one and authorized the new. However, the server's key fingerprint remained a 2048-bit key with the same fingerprint. I must not have my public key in the correct directory. Furthermore, every time I go to look at the SSH setting under managing my cPanel, it asks me to Enable SSH each time. GoDaddy's website states that I need to enter a phone number and GoDaddy will call to activate SSH, but I never got that option. Sorry for the length, but I'm just trying to provide all of the details.