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Fedora reexamines "trusted boot"

Fedora reexamines "trusted boot"

Posted Jul 3, 2011 10:57 UTC (Sun) by brendan_wright (guest, #7376)
In reply to: Fedora reexamines "trusted boot" by alonz
Parent article: Fedora reexamines "trusted boot"

> Trusted boot has been proven totally ineffective as a security measure, time and time again.

So are you saying that most systems that have fully deployed trusted boot have been and/or can be made to incorrectly attest themselves as secure when they were actually booting compromised code? If so I'm interested to know how, when and why.

If not, in what way has it failed? I get the impression it's seldom fully implemented outside of DoD & Chrome OS and maybe a few others...


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