SSL certificate problem when pushing to bitbucket from local repo

I've been pushing from the git repo on my desktop to my remote bitbucket repo for the last 3 months or so with no issues. The last time I did it was June 9.

Today I tried to push and I get the following error:

$ git push origin master
fatal: unable to access 'https://mv_td@bitbucket.org/mv_td/scorecard-templates.git/': SSL certificate problem: self signed certificate in certificate chain

I'm using windows 10 on my desktop with git vesrion 2.11.1.windows.1. As far as I know, there have been no changes to the configuration of my computer.

Thanks

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The certificates on bitbucket.org have not changed recently. Does that box go through a proxy server of some kind, or has something changed in your local network's DNS or firewall setup?

I will have to check with my company. I work for a large organization where people don't usually use things like bitbucket, so it's entirely possible they did something like that without notifying anyone.

Thank you.

I will have to check with my company. I work for a large bank where people don't usually use things like bitbucket, so it's entirely possible they did something like that without notifying anyone.

Thank you.

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