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  1. I made a post in the OETF section, but since I have an actual implementation and I think there are many people interested in security, but not the OETF standards, I decided to post here also. The BIOS has the same functionality as the stock Lua BIOS, with one key difference: It stores a public key and refuses to boot an init.lua no signed with that key. The EEPROM also has to be set to read-only, so the public key can not be changed. There are also 3 utilities included that work on OpenOS and make it easier to set up secure boot: secure-boot-genkey - generates
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