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Unfortunately, I've previously pushed files into my BitBucket Mercurial repo that included some sensitive information (e.g. passwords). I want to deal with this in two ways:
I am not worried about "other" users because this is a private repository and I am the only user/committer. How do I do something like this? I want to keep my current BitBucket Mercurial repo because I have a bunch of issues created, etc.
If I have to delete the repo, is the repo really deleted on a permanent basis? Does BitBucket/Atlassian keep old copies of my repo in some sort of backup somewhere, etc.?
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