Committing changes

I have a project saved locally. In terminal, trying to commit the project to Bitbucket, I'm getting the following error - Logon failed, use ctrl+c to cancel basic credential prompt

Now, this was working perfectly OK a few days ago and nothing has changed with my project, Bitbucket, etc.

When I try to commit my project using 'git commit -m 'msg', the Atlassian Bitbucket logon popup appears on my screen which, up until now has worked perfectly ok when I've entered my credentials which are 100% correct.

Why is terminal failing my login?

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Hi Richard, are you using Bitbucket Server or Cloud? To help us troubleshoot this issue, can you confirm if you're able to log in using the web interface? 

A similar issue was also documented at Git commands return fatal authentication failed, do any of those cases apply to you?  

Let us know!

Ana

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