Can't push to my repo after latest update of sourcetree

I've just updated yesterday to new version and today I can't push to my repo.


Here is error I get:


It says that two-step-auth is enabled, well it's been enabled for last 6 months, I have not changed anything and was able to push 22 hours ago, but then I updated sourcetree with new version and now I can't push.


My account is set to use SSH:


What seems to be the problem here?

Also If I switch to https and generate app password, I can't find anywhere where to input this app password.

thanks for any answers to help me figure this out.



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Hi Nermion! It could be that some of the settings went corrupt, can you try wiping SourceTree preferences?  Then you can check Tools > Options > Authentication, make sure the right credentials are there and delete erroneous items.

If after that you're still getting errors, we'll need more information in order to troubleshoot this issue for you:

  • Does it work if you try to push using Git in the command line? 
  • Which SourceTree version and OS are you using.
  • Can you log in to your Bitbucket account using the web UI?



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