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With your unencrypted boot partition, malware could theoretically replace your unsigned kernel with its own (say, a hypervisor running your original kernel). This malware would then be undetectable by your system, while having full access to it. A signed kernel closes this hole, at least in theory: since the malware hypervisor isn't be signed, a EFI BIOS ...
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