Article version: Enterprise Server 2.17
Error: We're doing an SSH key audit
This error means the SSH key you're using to perform a Git operation is unverified.
When using an unverified key to perform Git operations, you will be prompted to perform an audit of your SSH keys.
ERROR: We're doing an SSH key audit. Reason: unverified due to lack of use Please visit https://github.com/settings/ssh to approve this key so we know it's safe. Fingerprint: ab:08:46:83:ff:f6:c4:f8:a9:4e:68:6b:94:17:f2:46 fatal: could not read from remote repository
To fix this, you need to review your SSH keys and either reject or approve the unverified key. Clicking the URL link in the error message brings you to the SSH Settings page, where the unverified SSH key is highlighted in the SSH key list.