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Microsoft Windows KB4524244 UEFI Secure Boot dbx update (11 February 2020):

{microsoft} {sha256} 81d8fb4c9e2e7a8225656b4b8273b7cba4b03ef2e9eb20e0a0291624eca1ba86
{microsoft} {sha256} b92af298dc08049b78c77492d6551b710cd72aada3d77be54609e43278ef6e4d
{microsoft} {sha256} e19dae83c02e6f281358d4ebd11d7723b4f5ea0e357907d5443decc5f93c1e9d
{microsoft} {sha256} 39dbc2288ef44b5f95332cb777e31103e840dba680634aa806f5c9b100061802
{microsoft} {sha256} 32f5940ca29dd812a2c145e6fc89646628ffcc7c7a42cae512337d8d29c40bbd
{microsoft} {sha256} 10d45fcba396aef3153ee8f6ecae58afe8476a280a2026fc71f6217dcf49ba2f

One of which is Kaspersky Rescue Disk vulnerable bootloader (bootx64.efi) hash

$ pesign -i BOOTX64.EFI -h
BOOTX64.EFI 81d8fb4c9e2e7a8225656b4b8273b7cba4b03ef2e9eb20e0a0291624eca1ba86

Others are unknown, but confirmed not to include other vulnerable non-disclosed boot loaders.

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