I'm looking for an option - eventually to extend standard ssh - in such a way 
that I need (at least) two people/keys out of m possible to authenticate a 
session instead of one out of m known once...

e.g: to authenticate to server X: we need user a AND (user b OR c)

anyone seen this or know how to do?




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