I have accidentally reset my phone and thus, lost 2FA present on my device. I'm unable to recollect where I might have stored the recovery keys thus, that too, is not available.
I tried retrieving the recovery keys using SSH keys using the following command:
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org recovery_codes
But, I ain't getting any recovery keys in it, only an empty response!
I tried with the email recovery link which gets sent in 24hrs, twice but it is leading back to the 2FA modal.
We use the account at the corporate level and the repositories belong to my employer. Thus, kindly suggest a recovery to the account or a way to retrieve access to all the repositories by using a new bitbucket account?
P.S.: I know the account password for Atlassian as well as Bitbucket and have 2FA codes for the Atlassian account but, not the Bitbucket account.
Hi, @Rahul Soni! Welcome to the community!
I reviewed your request and, checking your account, I confirmed that you requested the two-step verification recovery and then, after 24 hours, Bitbucket sent you the two-step verification recovery email. As you said you were not able to recover your access using the link that the system sent to you, I went ahead and sent you a new two-step verification recovery email, could you confirm if you received it?
In case you did, could you try to open the link on this email? In case it doesn't work, could you check if your email server doesn't have an internal feature that is used to check if the email is safe? The reason I’m asking this is that the link on this email can be opened just once, so if the server is trying to confirm if the link is safe and open this link, this could explain why the link is not working.
Please let me know how it goes and feel free to share any additional questions regarding this case.
Hey @Caroline R
I'm much thankful for the mail that you sent for the 2FA recovery, that mail worked absolutely fine. But, the ones triggered through the 2FA modal on clicking "Forgot code?" aren't working.
We have an email feature where a middleware checks the safeness of the link but, the mail you sent also went through this middleware and I was able to use it.
I guess there's some bug wrt to the 2FA modal-based recovery method, I'll suggest that the team should once troubleshoot and debug the same. Anyways, my issue is resolved, much thanks to you! :)
Also, I was unable to retrieve the recovery codes using SSH, can you please throw some light there? (P.S.: This is just for my and the community's understanding)
Hi, @Rahul Soni!
I'm glad to know the email worked, thanks for your confirmation!
About the recovery codes, unfortunately, this method is currently not working, but we already have an open bug to fix this issue:
If you are not familiar with our Bug Request Policy, you can read more about it here.
I've linked this ticket to the bug. Please consider adding yourself as a watcher, this way you get updated as we make progress with this.
Beginning on April 4th, we will be implementing push limits. This means that your push cannot be completed if it is over 3.5 GB. If you do attempt to complete a push that is over 3.5 GB, it will fail...
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