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MSI Preps Motherboard Firmware to Fix Widespread Secure Boot Bug

MSI has assured Reddit users that it will soon roll out a fix for the Secure Boot bug affecting numerous motherboards from AMD and Intel. New firmware fixes errors and enforces stricter security settings.

A recent discovery showed that MSI accidentally disabled Secure Boot’s functionality through a minor firmware glitch. The manufacturer configured the “Image Execution Policy” setting to “Always Run”, rendering Secure Boot useless with the current default settings. As a fix for the mistake, MSI deploys new firmware that utilizes “deny execute” as the default setting.

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