I can't login to bitbucket. I have error message either "Invalid username/email or password." or "You can't use that email address to log in. Use your Atlassian account email address instead.". But I'm using my Atlassian email address, when I recieve second error message
Thanks! Installing 1.17.1 fixed it for me.
I had previously tried
After this I was able to use the username in my bitbucket username login that pops up.
Via chocolatey I have (latest)
After merging with Atlassian Account, I keep having issue to login bitbucket.
It keep prompting The email address or password you entered is incorrect.
But my email and password can login to Atlassian, but not Bitbucket.
In order allow me to login, I use the following step:-
1.When I try to forgot/reset password, it ask me.
The problem is Bitbucket not my Atlassian.
**I am sure which team should fix the bug, but definitely need to do something
In order for me to continue login.
2.I click "Continue" button.
3.It redirect to Atlassian reset your password page
6.tata, Then I am login.
I can't use my Atlassian email and password direct login to from Bitbucket login page.
I was redirected to id.atlassian.com when tried to log in to my bitbucket account.
I tried to provide my bitbucket credentials at id.atlassian.com but it said they're incorrect.
Then I managed to registed a new account at id.atlassian.com for the same email address as on bitbucket.
But I ended up with two different profiles: this one, which has no access to my bitbucket projects (however now I can use it to post about my problems here lol), and my old bitbucket account which I can still access in a different browser where I already logged in at bitbucket.
IT IS VERY FRUSTRATING THAT ATLASSIAN IS TRYING TO EXPAND INSTEAD PAYING MORE ATTENTION TO THEIR PRODUCTS QUALITY
I was having the same issue, but managed to work my way around it by logging in using the Login with Google option. I created my account before Bitbucket transitioned to using the Atlassian Account for signin, and I must have created it using the Signin with Google option. When it transitioned to Atlassian Account, I was prompted to create an Atlassian account, which I did, but have never been able to login to Bitbucket using those credentials.
This was a workaround for me logging into the website, but I don't think it fixes the issue of doing pulls/pushes using https (I use ssh keys).
You may come across login issues with Sourcetree once in a while. When that happens, login is always failing despite using the correct username and password. There can be a number of reasons for this. One of the reasons may be that Sourcetree fails to complete the authentication process using the provided credentials.
The authentication process will open your default web browser and eventually make a HTTP redirection to localhost with a URL that looks like
Based on the redirection URL, Sourcetree needs port 34106 on your local machine in the authentication process. It will attempt to open the port during authentication. This port may not be allowed due to local firewall rules. To overcome this, simply check and configure a firewall rule for port 34106 to be allowed for Sourcetree and re-attempt the login.
If it still fails, replace localhost with 127.0.01 in the redirection URL on the browser like
Hope it helps.
I suspect during installation of Sourcetree, it fails to register a firewall rule for the port.
I cant login to my bitbucket account
I login with current account as usual
fill email and changed password
then i see screen with fields - Add your unique path on page https://bitbucket.org/socialauth/signup/?next=/
i added name of my current account
and see error label "That username already exists"
i tryed to change this name in field and login to bitbucket as new account with my current email without any my repositories
I've removed all entries regarding Git or Bitbucket from Windows Credential Manager and then I've performed the following.
1. download the zip (not the exe) file gcmw-v1.17.0.zip from https://github.com/Microsoft/Git-Credential-Manager-for-Windows/releases 2. navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Enterprise\Common7\IDE\CommonExtensions\Microsoft\TeamFoundation\Team Explorer\Git\mingw32\libexec\ (or wherever your 'missing' git-askpass.exe resides). 3. make a copy of the git-core folder and rename it backup or something like that 4. put the files from the zip file on top of the contents of your new git-core folder and overwrite where prompted
Having a similar problem recently in Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise. I can browse fine to my BitBucket repo in Chrome, but when I try to push my local commit the BB login screen pops up. Despite entering valid credentials (numerous times) it fails:
Remote: Invalid username or password. If your organization manages your account or you've enabled two-step verification, create an app password to log in: https://confluence.atlassian.com/x/9DJmMQ
Error encountered while pushing to the remote repository: Git failed with a fatal error.
Authentication failed for '<the name of my repo>'
Pushing to <the name of my repo>
Repo name is in format
If I do the push via git command line it pops up the (white) login box and it then works...
I tried this and did not work.
I cannot push sync through Visual Studio.
If I push from the command line it pops up the Atlassian dialog box to enter username and password. It still sees my username "first_last". When I try to log in, it fails. When I change the username to "first_last"@hotmail.com, it fails as well.
When it it prompts me for my password in the command prompt it says "Password for 'https://email@example.com". When I put in my password it then works and pushes.
So I have no idea why it's not pushing through Visual studio nor why it fails to accept my credentials when it pops up the Atlassian box.
This is annoying.
This was mentioned above in another comment (thanks!) but I'll add it here:
Updating to the latest version of Windows Credential Manager should fix this issue. https://github.com/Microsoft/Git-Credential-Manager-for-Windows/releases
I had a similar issue and was unable to push or pull in my code editor, but could log in to either site. I had contacted support at BitBucket, and they resynced my account, to no avail.
The solution at the following link worked for me (apparently things were cached on my machine):
I have a similar issue; until yesterday; I was able to navigate the web, commit using TortoiseGit no issues;
Today morning pop-up appears asking me email/user-name and password; using the same email and password I use for Atlassian account which is managed by Google. Fails all the time
I already tried reset password but in vain; redirects me to Atlassian password reset page from where I receive the email and this does not ask me new password instead logs me back in successfully; Which is correct as my Atlassian account is hooked to Google
If I log out from Atlassian and sign back in using Google authentication and navigate to bitbucket; it's fine
But cannot use the same credentials to perform GIT operations via git commands or tortoise git or Sourcetree (tried boh email and bitbucket user name)
Error snapshot is as follows
BTW; I am posting this using the same account
Fix it ASAP
I have fixed the problem by logging in Bitbucket again. I see two login interfaces of this page when logging (one blue and one white).
When I login in them, I see two different paths. One of them is correct.
I think it is the mistake of Bitbucket and I hope it 'll be fixed soon.
Weird thing happen, I try to clone and login to bitbucket account with the same user and pass I used before (which is not working) now it working. Well I did sent an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to see this page. and that the only thing I do beside writing in this page.
Worth to try?
Now in my case because of this issue, I cannot take a pull from my repo. It says its wrong password when i try to do a git pull.. but i can login to atlassian and get back to bitbucket web using same creds.
More importantly i cannot login directly using email and password to bitbucket but can use same username and password i can login to atlassian. I can use signin with google option on both thee application and its working fine.
Can someone tell me how to fix the issue of git pull ?
I got the same problem. I couldn't log in to HipChat or Bitbucket, but I was sure I had the right password. I had logged in only a few days previously without issue, and I got the password stored in a password saving application. I couldn't understand it.
I finally fixed it after finding this thread and seeing that people had to create an Atlassian account. I already had one, so I tried logging in to that. I was immediately told that my password had been reset, and I should check my emails and then I had to set a new password. After this, I could log in to HipChat and Bitbucket with my new password.
There was absoluitely no indication that this was the case when trying to log in to HipChat or Bitbucket. It just told me that I had an incorrect username or password, but I knew it was correct. Infuriating.