In order to help users verify their Git SSH connections, Backlog has published its Git SSH key fingerprints.
By checking these SSH key fingerprints with the fingerprints that are displayed when you connect to Backlog’s Git repository for the first time, you can verify your SSH connection.
For example, when you SSH connect to a git repository in Backlog.com, the response will include this:
If it matches our published key fingerprints, it means that your connection is verified to be connected to Backlog’s Git repository.
For the published fingerprint details, please refer to our Support Guide: Backlog Git SSH key fingerprints
29 June, 2022 update: Additional keys have been published to our support guide.