How can I find where I've accidentally used my personal SSH key as an access key on a project?
It looks like something has changed in BitBucket where I now can't do anything with my account with SSH. I am getting this error from the command line:
"$ git pull
Warning: Permanently added 'bitbucket.org,188.8.131.52' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.
repository access denied. deployment key is not associated with the requested repository.
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists."
Last time I tried anything and it all worked was last Tuesday.
Problem is that I've got 200 repos and I'm not sure I want to go through and check the access keys for each one in case I've duplicated my personal SSH key there. Is there any way to fix this more easily...if this is indeed the problem?
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