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After I try to git push on Vs code , my terminal gives this line:terminal displays this: "Password for '':"
But it doesn't let me type or paste anything. So where should i confirm this password? Nothing pops up on vs code, nowhere to type my password.

Anyone else had this problem and knows how to solve it?

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Thank You very much Caroline for this answer it helped me a lot. I learned that Terminal reads my password even I can't see.Paste, trust, enter that's all it took to solve it .  

i had installed atllasian crowd jest before 10days 

i forget my user id n password 

also i try to do forget password 

but itz not generating in my mail id

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Caroline R Atlassian Team Dec 29, 2021

Hi, @Antanas Samkus! Welcome to the community! 

Before we start, I would like to confirm that I've properly understood what is happening on your side. Feel free to correct me in case I have misunderstood something here.

Apparently, you are cloning a repository through VSCode, then your terminal opens during this process and it gives you a prompt for a password, but you can’t add anything, is that correct? If that’s the case, could you please share with us a screenshot of VSCode and the terminal so we can better understand what you see? Please remember to blur any sensitive data in the screenshot.

I would also like to share with you that when a terminal asks for a password, it never actually shows your password and it doesn’t show you typing your password for security reasons, but you should still be able to copy-paste or type your password there. So, if you type it and press enter, do you get any error messages?

Looking forward to hearing from you. 

Kind regards,

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