Tako Tako - 1 year ago 292
Git Question

Change Git remote repository password

I've got a Git remote repo installed on a VPS. All the (physical) users of this git use the same user/password, and I would like to change the password.

In order to clone the git repository we use ssh like that :

git clone -v "ssh://myuser@my.adresse.ip/my/user/my-project"
then I type the password associated with

How can I change that password ?

Answer Source

There is no password for git, as git doesn't handle authentification.

If you need to change your server user's password, just issue theses commands:

ssh myuser@my.adresse.ip

It is recommanded to have a either a very strong password or using a key-based authentification, since this will be subject to bruteforce as every public ssh server.

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