Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 2nd Aug 2016 14:46 UTC
Windows

Last year, we announced that beginning with the release of Windows 10, all new Windows 10 kernel mode drivers must be submitted to the Windows Hardware Developer Center Dashboard portal (Dev Portal) to be digitally signed by Microsoft. However, due to technical and ecosystem readiness issues, this was not enforced by Windows Code Integrity and remained only a policy statement.

Starting with new installations of Windows 10, version 1607, the previously defined driver signing rules will be enforced by the Operating System, and Windows 10, version 1607 will not load any new kernel mode drivers which are not signed by the Dev Portal. OS signing enforcement is only for new OS installations; systems upgraded from an earlier OS to Windows 10, version 1607 will not be affected by this change.

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RE: Comment by Zoidberg
by vocivus on Tue 2nd Aug 2016 16:51 UTC in reply to "Comment by Zoidberg"
vocivus
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2010-03-13

Looks like you can get around this by turning off secure boot - also suggesting that anything not EFI will also be able to skate...

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