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An SSH key is one factor. There are various methods for protecting the key with additional factors, but none of the git hosts provide a way to require those additional factors. So as an org owner you're left either trusting every one of your users not to get sloppy with keys, or installing spyware on their computers to make sure they're not using unprotected keys.



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