Secure Boot

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Secure Boot not only helps protects your computer from malware, it helps ensure your computer is running the latest firmware and helps you mitigate away from data corruption and helps create trust


PK - Platform Key

KEK - Key Exchange Key

DB - Database

DBX - Forbidden database

MOK - Machine Owner Key

These type of keys provide very little protection, this could be compared to leaving the house keys under the doormat or leaving the car keys on top of the tyre. While a MOK is not part of a Secure Boot key set people will sometimes utilise these to create some type of artificial form of security