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Preventing Unauthorized Public Exposure of Repositories

Keys or other credentials do not belong into any repository, even if it's private. They have to be kept in specialized key stores. As to protecting the source code, developers shouldn't be able to ...
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Hash as filename to protect data

I don't see the approach much different from using a randomly generated hash for filename. The randomness can also be added with all the points you have mentioned (like user input, timestamp, etc...) ...
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Hash as filename to protect data

I would probably not use a hash to generate the file name, as these are deterministic, and someone might be able to guess the filename if they knew some or all of the data that went into the hash. ...
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