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Cloned Git Repository Security Issue on Droplet
Hi! This might seem like a relatively simple question but something that would go a long way-
I’ve created a Droplet and git-cloned my team’s repository onto it. The droplet is only accessible via a 35-character long root key or an SSH key so I believe it’s very secure.
However, every time someone makes an edit to the repository and I try to
git pull on the Droplet to update it, it asks me for the team’s username/password on the Github. I would prefer if there’s a way to not do this as the team and I do not want to compromise the security of our Github in any way. Is there a way for me to
git pull on the Droplet without it asking me to provide the username/password each time?
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