ssh -T logs in to incorrect, previously deleted account

Donald Ness avatarDonald Ness created an issue

My username is programmarchy. This is my .ssh/config:

Host bitbucket Hostname bitbucket.org IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa_bitbucket

When I ssh:

ssh -T git@bitbucket.org logged in as peppered.

It logs in as peppered. I created that with donald.ness@gmail.com, the same email address attached to programmarchy. But the peppered account was deleted. It seems like there's a stale email entry for an old user?

Help, because I'm having trouble pushing to my team's repository.

Comments (2)

  1. Marcus Bertrand

    The peppered account still exists. Please come to support.atlassian.com for private assistance in validating your account so we can help you to regain access to that account.

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