How to add the “Verified” badge to your commits in the GitHub

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Check for existing GPG keys

gpg --list-secret-keys --keyid-format LONG

Generate new GPG key

gpg --full-generate-key
sec rsa4096/55558B34BBB154D4 2021-04-26 [SC]
uid [ultimate] chathurabuddi (Chathura Buddhika) <>
ssb rsa4096/9C56TF0F@84D527D 2021-04-26 [E]
gpg --armor --export 55558B34BBB154D4

Configure Git for use generated GPG key

git config --global user.signingkey 55558B34BBB154D4
git config --global commit.gpgsign true




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