Myths About Secure Boot: Security, Microsoft, Etc
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 15 February 2012 at 05:45 AM EST. Add A Comment
For those interested in the whole UEFI situation concerning "Secure Boot" and how it will affect Linux when more hardware vendors begin promoting it with Microsoft Windows 8, Matthew Garrett has written about some of the myths for Secure Boot.

Matthew's list of myths concerning this "secure" technology can be found on his blog. The items range from Secure Boot not actually providing any extra security to Secure Boot and DRM to various other items as it will affect Linux users.
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