SSH keys are not accepted

Hi , I have followed these steps to create new SSH keys (in Windows 10) in order to get access to a Bitbucket repository securely and my public key is also correctly added from repository-owner yet it doesn't give me the access. 

 

  • Created SSH keys using:   ssh-keygen 
  • Then it created both private and public keys. 
  • It does not create a .ssh in my HDD so I manually created it in C:Users/<my_account> and moved both keys into that folder
  • verified the public key while accessing it : cat ~/.ssh/mypublickey.pub
  • My public key is added into Bitbucket account Settings as in the it has been instructed. 
  • Finally, when I am trying clone the repository : git@bitbucket.org:blabla... .git
  • Following message is given : 

        Warning: Permanently added the RSA host key for IP address '104.192.143.3'          to the list of known hosts.
       Permission denied (publickey).

  • When I used the command - $  ssh -T git@bitbucket.org

          Message : Permission denied (publickey).

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Jim Redmond Atlassian Team Jan 03, 2018

What do you get for `ssh-add -L`? Your key should be listed there. If it isn't, run `ssh-add` (same command, but without -L) to add it.

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