Some articles on secure boot, secure, boot:
... The UEFI 2.2 specification adds a protocol known as Secure boot, which can secure the boot process by preventing the loading of drivers or OS loaders that are not signed with an acceptable ... When secure boot is enabled, it is initially placed in "Setup" mode, which allows a public key known as the "Platform key" (PK) to be written to the firmware ... Once the key is written, secure boot enters "User" mode, where only drivers and loaders signed with the platform key can be loaded by the firmware ...
... See also Windows 8#Secure boot Microsoft requires that OEMs support UEFI secure boot on their products to qualify for the Windows 8 Logo Program ... been raised that OEMs might ship systems that do not to allow users to disable secure boot or install signing keys for alternative operating systems ... Such computers would be unable to boot any non-Windows operating system (unless that operating system was signed and its keys included with the computer), further complicating the issue ...
Famous quotes containing the words boot and/or secure:
“... until the shopkeeper plants his boot in our eyes,
and unties our bone and is finished with the case,
and turns to the next customer, forgetting our face
or how we knelt at the yellow bulb with sighs
like moth wings for a short while in a small place.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“It is essential that none of the other great powers shall secure these islands [Hawaii]. Such a possession would not consist with our safety and with the peace of the world.”
—Benjamin Harrison (18331901)