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Solved Verifying GitHub DNS records with dig (BIND) on Windows?

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I'm trying to point a custom domain to the GitHub Pages site for a repository of mine and according to GitHub's instructions, I have to install BIND. (I'm using Windows 10.) When I go to download, it's available in different Signatures (to be honest, I don't know what that means) and whenever I click any of them, the file ends in ".asc" and I'm not sure how to extract it. A little help here? Sorry if I seem like a n00b.
 

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I kinda wondered if that might be the case. It's annoying when the company's official instructions aren't very good.
 
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