Monday, March 18, 2019

How to make your commits signed or verified in Github

DIY Steps
1. Create a GPG key (public and private key) and add it into passwords and keys (seahorse).

2. Add your GPG keys into Github
3. Create your SSH keys
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "YOUR"
// Remember the  passphrase it is essential to verified/sign
4. make sure that it is visible on your "passwords and keys"

5. Then On your terminal
cat ~/.ssh/

copy paste its content to Github

6. Set some git config if yor have not done earlier

7. That's it. Whenever you make a commit and push you will get a promt asking for pass phares (in step 3) and github credentials as usual respectively.


YOUR commits are now verified !!

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