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github.com is a website for hosting source code using the git version control system. This tag is for questions about security aspects of the github platform. For questions about git itself, please use [git]

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Instead of blindly accepting a GPG key from an answer here, I would do the "right" thing and get the public key from a reasonable source. GitHub hosts their web flow GPG public key at the following … address: https://github.com/web-flow.gpg If you decide that you trust this source, and believe it to be a place where GitHub would logically provide it's public GPG key, you can import it with the …
answered May 19 by taylorthurlow