After you have uploaded your SSH public key to websites like GitHub, they won’t show the complete key anymore - but instead show the key’s fingerprint. This is how you can calculate the fingerprint yourself (e.g. to compare them):
-l stands for “Show the fingerprint”,
-f <filename> for specifiying a file.
This works with both the public as well as the private part of the key. 🔐
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