problem delete KeySSH

Hello, I have a serious problem with Sourcetree, commits no longer work because he sees an error in credentials, I try to delete accounts and insert it again but automatically gives me the previous key, (probably wrong) how can I delete it?Schermata 2017-10-19 alle 18.37.16.png

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Hi Piero,

Did you copy and add the 'previous' key to your Bitbucket account? (it's not automatically uploaded currently)

The key (public and private) is stored in ~/.ssh/ Removing from there should give you the "Generate Key" option again. 

Our apologies for the hiccup.

Brian Ganninger
Senior Mac Developer, Sourcetree

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