Github Authentication was removed on August 13, 2021. Please use a personal access token instead.

From August 13, 2021, GitHub is no longer accepting account passwords when authenticating Git operations. You need to add a PAT (Personal Access Token) instead, and you can follow the below method to add a PAT on your system.Create Personal Access Token on GitHub

Write permission..

You will get something like this:


Now follow below method
Once you have the token, you can enter it instead of the password when performing Git operations over HTTPS. For example, enter the following in the command line:

Git clone

$ git clone

Username: your_username
Password: your_token