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Changing password in Source Tree 1.6.1 (Mac 13)

I keep getting the following error when I try to push updates and I don't know how to fix the problem.

 

hg push --new-branch default

abort: error: [SSL: WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER] wrong version number (_ssl.c:590)

pushing to https://cewmbxk@bitbucket.org/cewmbxk/mms4-maul-icesight

Completed with errors, see above

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Dec 06, 2018

Hi Brian, welcome to the Community! 

First of all, that's quite an old version of Sourcetree and we recommend you to upgrade to a more recent one, you can download them from our archive.

We need to figure out if this is a problem with Bitbucket, Mercurial or Sourcetree:

  1. What version of Mercurial, Python and SSL are you using?
  2. Have you tried pushing from the command line? Do you get the same error?
  3. Are you using a proxy?
  4. Have you tried SSH? For more info, you can read Set up an SSH key with Sourcetree on Mac.

Let us know!

Ana

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