Windows 10: Unfixable security flaw in Secure Boot ??
Unfixable security flaw in Secure Boot ??
I find secure boot to be more than an annoyance for us geeks or IT guys. And I am pretty sure the common user doesn't even acknowledge its presence.
Tin Foil Click Bait! You need physical access OR admin rights(using something like Team Viewer:
it would allow anyone with physical access to a Windows device, or admin rights, to bypass Secure Boot.
Not for me.
Which is a good thing.
And I am pretty sure the common user doesn't even acknowledge its presence.
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