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TL,DR: No. USB drive firmware runs on the USB drive, not on the computer. Long answer: It can do nothing because SecureBoot only secures the boot (hence the name) and once the OS is running, it does nothing anymore. If by "infected firmware" you mean BadUSB, the OS can protect itself from it and SecureBoot does nothing at all. BadUSB means a USB ...


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Basically In addition to WHO's NoToOldRx4CovidIsMurder, I would add: Have a look at Coreboot's board status page, for information about your device. Considering this sample: Board:lenovo/t420. If a user legally purchases, secondhand or new, a device that originally... Once firmware is flashed while computer is off, Absolute don't have chance to boot. ...


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