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We're looking for a source control software that's secure and easy to use that's affordable or open source that we can run inside our network.  We can have it run on either Linux or Windows so OS platform isn't an issue.

What product would you recommend?
If it supports 2-factor authentication such as a smartcard, that'd be even better.
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You should try the open source version control system Subversion...
Apache™ Subversion®

I would recommend it as standard in open source version control...
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Thanks.  Does it support 2 factor authentication?
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Yes, it should be possible to implement 2 factor authentification with SVN...
SVN two factor authentication

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Integrated Windows Authentication - VisualSVN
VISUALSVN SERVER // Version 2.1 Release Notes
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