The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has started a campaign against the Secure Boot feature in Windows 8. Microsoft continue to insist that the feature is intended to keep unwanted and potentially malicious software off a system by preventing unauthorized binaries to load during the boot process. The FSF believes...

As you probably already know, Microsoft is implementing a new feature in Windows 8 called Secure Boot that prevents any kind of software that doesn’t have a security key to load when the computer is booting. This is essentially supposed to prevent rootkits and other viruses from loading on start up, but a side-effect...