Control access to your private content

If you want to control access to private content your individual account owns, you found the right page. If you'd like to set access controls for your team's private content, refer to Control access to your team's private content.

The options on the Access control page are Premium features for Bitbucket Cloud:

  • Require users to enable two-step verification (the two-step verification setting remains a Standard feature available to all users)
  • Restrict access to users on certain IP addresses

Learn more about Bitbucket Premium.

When administering repositories or other content, you give users permission to see, update, and administer that content. The Access controls page gives you another level of control, making sure users meet requirements to access those pages.

The access controls apply to users with access to any private content in your personal repositories.

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To find the Access controls page:

  1. From your avatar in the bottom left, click Bitbucket settings.
  2. Select Access controls from the left navigation.

Here's a breakdown of the content that your users with access won't be able to see if you use any of the Access controls settings.

Bitbucket content Public or private? Two-step verification or whitelisted IPs required?
リポジトリ パブリック いいえ
Private はい

Wikis / Issue trackers*

Public (in a public or private repository)

いいえ

Private (in a public or private repository) はい

* Wikis and issue trackers can be public/private independently of their parent repository's privacy setting.

Requiring two-step verification

You can require that the users with access to private content are only able to see the content if they've enabled two-step verification. If they haven't enabled two-step verification, users with access will see a message that prompts them to enable it. In addition to being unable to see this content, users won't be able to clone, push, or pull a private repository either.

To require two-step verification for access to private content:

  1. From the Access controls page, select the Require two-step verification option.
  2. 更新をクリックして変更を保存します。

If you want to disable two-step verification on your account, you must deselect the Require two-step verification option first.

Whitelisting IP addresses

You can require that users with access to private content are only able to see the content from certain IP addresses. If they aren't accessing from a whitelisted IP addresses, users will see a message explaining why they have no access. In addition to being unable to see this content, users won't be able to clone, push, or pull a private repository either.

You can whitelist IP addresses or network blocks for a set of IP addresses. If whitelisting an individual IP address, we support IPv4 and IPv6. If you're entering a network block, we support CIDR notation, which is a standard for specifying a block of IP addresses. Refer to this CIDR notation section on Wikipedia for more details about how to use CIDR notation.

Here's some examples of values that you can add:

タイプ
IPv4 104.192.143.0
IPv6

1041:9214:3AB0::1041:9CD2

CIDR block 104.192.143.0/28
104.192.143.16/29
104.192.143.24/32

To whitelist IP addresses for access to private content:

  1. From the Access controls page, select the Restrict access to certain IP addresses option.
  2. Click Add or remove IP addresses. A popup opens.
  3. Enter an IP address or a network block for a set of IP addresses.
  4.  Click Save to close the Add or remove IP addresses popup.
  5.  Click Update to save your changes.

Last modified on Jun 12, 2017

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