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bitbucket unknown user in audit log

Bilel Yahia Oct 05, 2016


I'm noticing an unknown user with RepositoryPushEvent in the audit log. The userrname is fc0b04ffbb2901fb which looks more like an ID or hash.

Could you help understanding what's this?



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Felix Haehnel Atlassian Team Oct 05, 2016

It is possible that this the event is raised by a plugin, which uses a Service User. Do you have any plugins installed that might modify repository data or otherwise raise this event?

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Bilel Yahia Oct 06, 2016

I don't think one of our plugins does this. Here below is a list of the plugins we have, do you notice any suspecious one?

also, can you confirm that commits from unknow users will show as "Unknown" in the audit log?


Atlassian Universal Plugin Manager Self-Update Plugin

Bitbucket Look and Feel Plugin
Bitbucket Server Archive Plugin
Bitbucket Server - Auto Unapprove Pull Requests
Bitbucket Server Protect Unmerged Branch Hook
Bitbucket Server Webhook to Jenkins
Bitbucket Web Post Hooks Plugin
Block Unknown
Can't Push This: Prevent Direct Pushes To Specific Branches
Commit Graph
Custom Navigation Plugin
Go2Group Hipchat Plugin
HTTP Request Post-Receive Hook for BitBucket Server
Http Request Trigger

Reminders for Bitbucket

Repository git operations plugin

Repository Mirror Plugin for Bitbucket Server

Stash Pull Request Settings REST Access

The Tag Maker


Workzone for Bitbucket

Yet Another Commit Checker

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Felix Haehnel Atlassian Team Oct 06, 2016

Hi Bilel, 

I can't immediately see anything that would explain what you're seeing. 

I'd suggest you raise a support ticket, so that we can collect some more information from you to get to the bottom of the unexplained audit log entries.


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Jeff Thomas Atlassian Team Oct 07, 2016

The hash for the user name likely represents an access key that's being used to push commits to the repository. Do you use access keys for this repository or project?

For example, the below entry is from a push I did with an access key: | RepositoryPushEvent | 97d5195ab5a3ce7e | 1475851678183 | PROJ/repo | [{"ref":"refs/heads/master","from":"a5665eeb1da5fdec43ea31f6c26fbcf138a01e56","to":"ac8a912df1ca16719d37c4906eb276715d589d5d"}] | @XNYUOMx887x5566x0 | 1on7762
Bilel Yahia Oct 07, 2016

I don't think we use one. I'll double check. Thanks for your reply Jeff.

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