The SSHFP (SSH Fingerprint) record serves a crucial purpose in enhancing the security of SSH (Secure Shell) connections. It stores cryptographic fingerprints of a server’s public key, allowing clients to verify the authenticity of the remote server. By checking these fingerprints against the server’s actual public key during the SSH handshake process, SSHFP records help prevent man-in-the-middle attacks and ensure a secure, trustworthy connection. This record type is especially useful for organizations and individuals seeking to boost the integrity and reliability of their SSH communications. Learn more about SSHFP records!