Github password Changed

I have a repository set up on github and everything worked well, however, my github account password changed to one with the @ symbol in it. Trying to change the password using

git clone https://user:newPassword@github.....

Because of the @ symbol, it thinks part of the password is part of the HTTPS url

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    Yes, there are a few ways around this, but you shouldn’t be putting your password in the Git URL. Generate an SSH key:

    $ ssh-keygen -t rsa
    

    Add it to your GitHub account in your account settings, then use it:

    $ git clone ssh://git@github.com/…
    

    GitHub offers a few resources on the subject too:

    • Generating SSH Keys
    • Common SSH Problems
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