Fedora, secure boot, and an insecure future
Posted Jun 5, 2012 23:19 UTC (Tue) by dashesy
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If any key, I guess it would be the boot loader key that is revoked, assuming that it is the actual Fedora key purchased for 99$. In that case once a Windows security update is applied (changing BIOS perhaps) boot loader signature will not be valid anymore. If this is true, you cannot run Windows either (or maybe chainload is automatically triggered in such scenario ?).
Unless the revocation is only applied to newly manufactured hardware.
I am reading this, and Samsung is one of the best hardware manufactures anyways, so if they apply "Your Freedom Respected" sticker suggested above, I do not need any other option.
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