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Verified Commits in GitHub

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A commit is a code change that is made to a repository. When a developer makes a commit, it is important to ensure that the code changes are made by an authorized person and that the changes have not been tampered with. This is where GitHub verified commits come in. This is useful to prevent impersonation and to ensure that the code you are downloading is the code that was uploaded by the developer.