Getting 403 Forbidden (Remote: too many invalid password attempts) in Bitbucket via IntelliJ IDEA. Edited

Hi,

I'm using IntelliJ IDEA (Environment for Java Development). When I was applying -push or -pull commands there was always bitbucket's pop-up window with input fields for email and password. 

Every time I entered there correct email and password - it always fails. Then I have the ability to enter it again using an embedded environment's console (command line), and I typed there the same data and it was ok.
Once I filled in email and password in that pop-up bitbucket form any data to skip it and use the embedded environment's command line as usual - it shows me the error.

Sincerely,
Bohdan

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Hi Bohdan! I've seen in another post that you were able to solve the issue yourself, is this correct or do you need any further assistance?

If you did, would you mind sharing your solution with the rest of the Community, so it can help other users with a similar problem?

Thanks in advance!

Ana

Yes, I have successfully resolved it.
Thanks.
Sure, should I do this here, or on the previous topic?
Regards,
Bohdan

Thanks :) 

Have a good day,

Ana

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