HD3D Mark73 Byobu is going to be the way to go.
If you don't use SSO like GitHub or whatever all they're having to do is type in their password again. You have to do all this with WhatsApp, iMessage, Facebook, anything. I'm still very much failing to see how typing in a password (or making a new one which can be the same) is a hurdle or intelligence prohibitive? People login using passwords all day, what makes this one different?
It's not about sending sensitive info, it's about the peace of mind knowing no one can read you messages.
When I want to change something about my Microsoft account, or github account, it asks me for my password again. While this is annoying, it's not hard. Not only that but shout won't ask you again on that same device, so unless you clear your cache, that device won't ask you for a password for life.