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Assuming it's not a "fake" off state (as other posters point out, a relatively easy thing to do if the phone is under control of the attacker), then: probably not. Most phones that are in an "off" state will turn off the radios (cellular, wifi, and bluetooth) to save power.


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Secure Boot consists of several components working together ( https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/dn168167.aspx was my source for how the different components work). Because it works vertically (from the bootloader up) the security of the kernel-mode protection the requires that the lower levels work flawlessly. Secure Boot When the PC is ...



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