Use your existing security key for Git operationshttps://github.blog/2021-05-10-security-keys-supported-ssh-git-operations/
When used for SSH operations, security keys move the sensitive part of your SSH key from your computer to a secure external security key. SSH keys that are bound to security keys protect you from accidental private key exposure and malware. You perform a gesture, such as a tap on the security key, to indicate when you intend to use the security key to authenticate. This action provides the notion of “user presence.”
I did not knew keys could be used for ssh too. One can definitely not use this with only one key though. A backup key would be needed I guess.
Even systemd 248 brings support for luks unlocking with keys. Has someone tried it?
Someone know how to lock KDE logins with the key? I can bring back my old key to use which is now facing dust.