As explained Microsoft has provided the ability to disable Secure Boot
on its x86 platform but not on its Windows 8 ARM-based ARM-based (Windows RT).
Secure boot is part of the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) specification. It's an optional security procedure in the UEFI spec that promises to address a security hole in current BIOS boot-up procedures.
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