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Bitbucket, sourcetree and cryptography



1) If the bitbucket server is set up for SSL (HTTPS) access only, will cryptography be used in passing on credentials from a sourcetree client session to the server? If so, what standard of cryptography e.g TLS 1.* (I understand the version will be dependent on the version of Bitbucket and Sourcetree.  Is there documentation on which versions support what?)

2) Does sourcetree establish a session on bitbucket which is subject to the bitbucket timeout policy, or does sourcetree work on a per transaction / momentary basis with disconnections after each operation?

3) would a straightforward Git client command interface work on the same basis as sourcetree from a security perspective?


Many Thanks.

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