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git.exe push --progress "origin" release/onebox:release/onebox
git: 'credential-cache' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.
fatal: remote error: CAPTCHA required
Your Bitbucket account has been marked as requiring a CAPTCHA to be solved
before you may login again. This is typically caused by too many attempts to
login with an incorrect password. The required CAPTCHA prevents your SCM client
from accessing Bitbucket until it is solved, even if you enter your password
If you are currently logged in to Bitbucket via a browser you may need to
logout and then log back in in order to clear the CAPTCHA.
Visit Bitbucket at https://bitbucket.cablevision.com for more details.
git did not exit cleanly (exit code 128) (9282 ms @ 9/7/2017 2:14:28 PM)
As the error suggests, your account is locked in Bitbucket - probably due to multiple failed login attempts. You can login via the UI to enter Captcha and reset your account or get help from a Bitbucket administrator.
Either way, you need to fix the login issue before trying to push using the same account.
You need to do what the error message tells you to do - your account is currently protected by a captcha, so you'll first need to log on to the URL in the message and enter the captcha. Once that's done you should be able to use git again as normal.
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