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Based on your explanation I can only see that it restricts the owner of a device (usually he is the only root, otherwise you would have other things to worry than secure booting a machine anyway...). If this is done solely in the interest of security (of whom?) then there should be a way to disable vendor keys on a device that I own. I don't see how I should be able to trust UEFI secure booot either, it is just another binary blob that a user is forced to trust without open source.
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Power management, mobile and firmware developer on Linux. Security developer at Google. Ex-biologist. @mjg59 on Twitter. Content here should not be interpreted as the opinion of my employer.

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