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Secure start-up systems assist to safeguard sensitive data, stop unauthorized changes and ensure that only digitally signed and certified software is executed. This is especially important when using devices on the edge that are susceptible to attack.

Secure Boot is a protocol that runs on UEFI, the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface. It is activated every time the system is booted. It works in conjunction with TPM the hardware-based data security tool.

With Secure Boot, the bootloader file is checked to be authentic prior to the operating system and other functional applications are able to be started. This helps ensure that the kernel, drivers and other components are legitimate. The security mechanisms used in this process are built on crypto. To ensure that secure boot is effective, the code used in the bootloader operating system, as well as other functional applications should be created securely and thoroughly checked for any flaws as part of the process of developing software.

If you want to use secure startup on your LG device, then you will need a PIN. If someone attempts to guess your pin using trial and error more than a specified number of times, it will be able to lock the device and require a password to regain functionality. This will prevent unauthorized access to the device and its information and also accidental misuse by anyone who could have physical access.

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