Hi Pavel! You can see all your active sessions by clicking Avatar > Bitbucket Settings > Sessions. There's no button to log out of all of them, you can only log out of the current one. We can, however, clear your sessions on your behalf, let us know if you'd like that and we'll do it for you.
(Note that I'll look for a Bitbucket account linked to the email address you used for submitting this question. If you'd like a different one you'll need to contact us using the other email address.)
I look forward to your response!
Hi @Ben, thanks for letting us know. I've just tried it on my mobile and I couldn't see my avatar either, I had to zoom in and then scroll down to be able to see my avatar. I'll pass this feedback to the team.
Regarding clearing out the sessions, that's not possible for the end user, but you can always contact us and we'll do it for you. We have a Feature request for that, though, and you can vote for it at Give customers ability to kill sessions.
Hello Anna, @Ana Retamal Ortiz
Kindly ask you to clear all of my active sessions in Bitbucket.
I'm trying to push changes but I'm always getting 403 Forbidden, because of too much invalid password attempts.
I have already tried to change my password.
Thanks in advance.
Hi @Kononchuk Bohdan, if the reason why you want your sessions cleared is that you have too many failed attempts at login in, clearing the sessions won't help. Clearing sessions will just close current sessions that are open in the browser, so if you accidentally didn't log out from the browser whoever comes after you can not access your account.
Can you give us more info about it so we can help? Are you getting that error in the command line? Can you send us a screenshot? Could it be related to 403 while accessing https.
Thanks for quick reply. @Ana Retamal Ortiz
So 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.
Firstly I thought that the root of the issue is somewhere in Bitbucket service or in my IDE (IntelliJ IDEA). But the problem was in Windows. It caches my bitbucket credentials, and once I was trying to interact with the Bitbucket - seems it substitute the credentials with cached.
To solve this:
Windows -> Control Panel -> User Accounts ->
Credential Manager -> Windows Credentials.
Find there corresponding values and change them to correct ones.
Hi Jessica! You're always an admin of your own Bitbucket account :) At the moment is not possible for users to clear their sessions, you'll need to contact us s owe can do it in your behalf. We do have a Feature request for that, and you can vote for it at Issue #9270.
Alternatively, you can change your Bitbucket password which will clear close your open sessions everywhere.
Hope that helps!
Hi! If you want to show interest for this feature, please add your vote to the Feature request Give customers ability to kill sessions. In the meantime, the only way to clear them is by contacting us. Alternatively, changing your password will also close all your open sessions.
Thanks for your feedback and have a good day you too!
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