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Why does Bitbucket still use SHA1 for SSH?

In Fedora 33 SHA1 was removed. I tried to clone Bitbucket repo using SSH and failed. Found the solution here.

But I am wondering why BB still use SHA1 for SSH? Github works fine without changes in the ~/.ssh/config. Is not using SHA1 less secure?

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Same error i used fedora 33 and create new ssh key and receive this error

ssh -T Permission denied (publickey).

the only solution was above link  thank @kaushalyap 

but why this error github no problem with my new keys



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