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Signing Git Commits

by Aaron Crowder on in tutorials

Have you ever noticed the “verified” badge next to a commit on GitHub? A few years ago I did an wondered how I could get that on my own commits. After a little googling I realized it was because those commits were signed. Signing a commit with a GPG key is something natively supported by Git as it turns out. Now this is one of the first things I set up on a new dev machine.