Once you have a TTL file set up and run it , it open teraterm , and places the connection details in command manager including the users password , need that to be suppressed
That means ttermpro.exe must overwrite ARGV to hide the command line parameters? Do you tell the same suggestion to all applications in the world that accepts a password by command line parameter?
If someone can read command line parameters from running process, he already has some privirage in that PC. Doesn't he can read the password from ttl file?
any user can run task manager and see the password