GIT SSH connection issue

I am trying to access a remote repo from the GIT bash on Windows 8.

I have been through the steps detailed at which ensure GIT is using the right public/private key.

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    Connecting via SSH, I am asked firstly for the passphrase for the key stored at /c/Users/bwimbush/.ssh/id_rssa. After entering that, I am then asked for “’s” password. I don’t understand why I am asked for this password?

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    Fire up Git bash window and run

    ssh -i /c/Users/bwimbush/.ssh/id_rsa -v 'git --version'

    and see what it tells you about the authentication process taking place. (You could try adding more “-v”-s). Pay close attention to those messages involving the word “pubkey”.

    Does this print anything fishy?

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