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Suddenly sourcetree is asking me to enter my password when doing a fetch or pull or push.

I have validated I can log onto bitbucket and atlassian with my current user id and password. I have removed the authentication information from tools options in sourcetree. I even reset my password just in case. Please help

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Dec 04, 2018


It is possible this is due to the removal of TLS Bitbucket, see for more information.

Essentially it involves making sure you have up to date Git/Git Credential Manager and Hg/Sourcetree versions.

Thanks for your reply. I went ahead and implemented the sugested approach. Still facing same issue.

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