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Apple’s Mac computers are one of the most secure devices on the market. But, what if you could secure them even more? In this blog post, we will discuss 8 facts about Apple’s Secure Boot process and how it can be used to make your Mac computer even more secure. From interesting tidbits to important information that every user should know, this article is a must read for anyone who wants their data protected!
Command and R keys
Pressing the Command and R keys will open up a Recovery mode. This is different from pressing Control+R, which will bring you to an Open Firmware interface with limited functionality.
Secure Boot cannot be disabled on your Mac computer because it’s required for the system firmware to run properly. You can disable this process by using Apple Configurator or by following guidance given in our support document: How do I turn off System Integrity Protection?
Mac computers that are purchased through the Apple Store come with a certificate for verification, which ensures your computer is not going to be tampered with. This process also applies to MacBooks sold in retail stores and on our website.