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Old 01-12-2013, 07:13 PM   #16
codergeek
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Their solution, at its core requires a base certificate signature by Microsoft.
Jeez, it's like getting a permission slip from your mother i.e MS.

This goes to show you how MS is taking control of your hardware and restricting your freedom and it will probably get worse in future windows releases.

Thank God I stopped using windows a long, long time ago...

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