Support "ecdsa-sk" and "ed25519-sk" SSH keys

Merged Bogdan Denkovych requested to merge support_ecdsa-sk_and_ed25519-sk_ssh_keys into master

What does this MR do and why?

Related to #213259 (closed).

This MR provides support "ecdsa-sk" and "ed25519-sk" SSH keys.

In !77374 (merged), !77403 (merged), !77996 (merged), !77424 (merged), and !78532 (merged) we have done the work that facilitates support "ecdsa-sk" and "ed25519-sk" SSH keys.

By adding support "ecdsa-sk" and "ed25519-sk" SSH keys, we provide a new, more secure, and easy-to-use way to strongly authenticate with Git while preventing unintended and potentially malicious access. For instance, if a user's private key file on their computer is stolen, it would be useless without the user's security key.


Changelog: added

Screenshots or screen recordings

Demo: Using "ecdsa-sk" and "ed25519-sk" SSH keys -

Database changes

AddEcdsaSkAndEd25519SkKeyRestrictionsToApplicationSettings migration is reversible:

bogdanvlviv@lenovo:~/gitlab-development-kit/gitlab$ bin/rails db:migrate
== 20220128093756 AddEcdsaSkAndEd25519SkKeyRestrictionsToApplicationSettings: migrating
-- add_column(:application_settings, :ecdsa_sk_key_restriction, :integer, {:default=>0, :null=>false})
   -> 0.0020s
-- add_column(:application_settings, :ed25519_sk_key_restriction, :integer, {:default=>0, :null=>false})
   -> 0.0016s
== 20220128093756 AddEcdsaSkAndEd25519SkKeyRestrictionsToApplicationSettings: migrated (0.0037s)

bogdanvlviv@lenovo:~/gitlab-development-kit/gitlab$ bin/rails db:rollback
== 20220128093756 AddEcdsaSkAndEd25519SkKeyRestrictionsToApplicationSettings: reverting
-- remove_column(:application_settings, :ed25519_sk_key_restriction, :integer, {:default=>0, :null=>false})
   -> 0.0018s
-- remove_column(:application_settings, :ecdsa_sk_key_restriction, :integer, {:default=>0, :null=>false})
   -> 0.0013s
== 20220128093756 AddEcdsaSkAndEd25519SkKeyRestrictionsToApplicationSettings: reverted (0.0044s)

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Edited by Bogdan Denkovych