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+ - Red Hat Clarifies Doubts Over UEFI Secure Boot Solution ->

Submitted by sfcrazy
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Red Hat's Tim Burke has clarified Fedora/Red Hat's solution to Microsoft's secure boot implementation. He attacks conspiracy theorist as — Some conspiracy theorists bristle at the thought of Red Hat and other Linux distributions using a Microsoft initiated key registration scheme. Suffice it to say that Red Hat would not have endorsed this model if we were not comfortable that it is a good-faith initiative."
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Red Hat Clarifies Doubts Over UEFI Secure Boot Solution

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