The SSHFP record contains fingerprints for public keys, used for Secure Shell (SSH). The SSHFP record is usually used with DNSSEC enabled domains. When a SSH client connects to a server it checks the corresponding SSHFP record. If the records fingerprint matches the servers, the server is legit and it is not a problem and it is safe to connect to it.
The SSHFP Record has the following look in your Control Panel:
This special record contains the following attributes:
These three kinds of algorithms are represented by an integer.
The two kinds of fingerprints are represented by an integer.
How to add it?
Go to your Control Panel, click on "Add new record" and type, as follow:
Algorithm: choose from RSA, DSA or ECDSA;
Fingerprint type: choose from SHA-1 or SHA-256;
Points to: pointedtothefingerprint