Arc land hangs Windows security issue?

I am unable to land my code using arc land anymore after no issues for a year or more.

I am on Windows 10 using Pulse Secure VPN.

When doing arc land --trace these are the last lines of the trace

<<< [44] (+56,681) <exec> 46,927,526 us
>>> [45] (+56,744) <event> land.willPushRevision <listeners = 0>
<<< [45] (+56,745) <event> 432 us
>>> [46] (+56,748) <exec> $ git rev-parse --verify HEAD
<<< [46] (+56,823) <exec> 75,375 us
 PUSHING  Pushing changes to "origin/master".

At this point it hangs “forever” with no error message.

I do see ssh.exe in Task Manager CPU spiking and the Antimalware also seems to be spiking.

That might be a Red Herring not sure.

I add some Exclusion to no avail and also made sure Windows 10 was updated to latest version.

But still having this “hung” issue persists.

Any suggestion appreciated.

Can you ssh into the machine directly?

For example, if your git remote uri is ssh://git@some.server.com/source/repo.git, you should be able to ssh to it using ssh git@some.server.com (and get a “Welcome to Phabricator” message).

If that shows a cpu spike in both ssh.exe and the antimalware, maybe try ssh into a different server (like git@github.com) to make sure the problem is on your end and not in the server.

Thanks for the reply.

When I run ssh -Tvv git@bitbucket.org or ssh git@myserver.org I get the following:OpenSSH_8.4p1, OpenSSL 1.1.1i 8 Dec 2020
debug1: Reading configuration data /c/Users/Adam/.ssh/config
debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config

and it hangs here.

Where would /etc/ssh/ssh_config be on my windows machine? That does not make sense to me.

Any other suggestions? Thanks again.

Looks like it might be in %programdata%\ssh\sshd_config: