A flaw in the GRUB2 bootloader allows hackers to bypass Secure Boot on billions of systems - techbrinks

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Wednesday, 29 July 2020

A flaw in the GRUB2 bootloader allows hackers to bypass Secure Boot on billions of systems


Last month, researchers at antivirus company ESET discovered a new type of ransomware had been circulating in the wild, locking out users from accessing important data on their computers. The silver lining was that if you had a UEFI feature called Secure Boot turned on, that would prevent the malicious...

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