SteveI know your IP addressConsultant
Yorba Linda, CA
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Re: Red Hat users pay up to run Fedora on Windows 8 machines
said by TuxRaiderPen: Once again our resident nutbar shows he neither knows nor cares about security.
I am not going to purchase any MB wich this can not be completely 100% DISABLED! Or better non UEFI BIOS!
The real solution is to demand the ability to install your keys on the motherboard that matters. Then you can install Red Hat's signing key, Microsoft's signing key, or your own key.
I just cannot believe the FUD and froth about something that's not that difficult to understand.
Stephen J. Friedl | Unix Wizard | Security Consultant | Orange County, California USA | my web site
not in ohio
Personally, I think backtracking to 1980's IBM PC-style firmware isn't going far enough. Real programmers key in the absolute loader; it's the only way you know it hasn't been compromised.