Mysterious account Edited


I've never signed up in Atlassian nor SourceTree. I didn't know you until today.

Today, I've for the first time installed SourceTree on Windows, and not only it didn't asked me where I wanted to install it (it installed somewhere on my hard-drive), but :

- Once installed, it asked me to log in. I had two choices : one was to connect through Atlassian, and when I clicked on it, it opened my web browser.

- And what a surprise to see that I had an account on Atlassian. I checked up on my LastPass, and didn't see any entry for that. I didn't do nothing except clicking on that button through the fresh installed login panel of SourceTree on my desktop.

So, how is it possible that I'm in your database ?


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Ok, I've created a Bitbucket account today, and it seems that... it is related to Atlassian. -_- My bad !

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