Implications of disabling secure boot
Hi, I am curious about the implications of disabling secure boot on a dual boot Manjaro/Windows.Since Manjaro is not supporting secure boot, i was wondering if i am leaving my computer vulnerable to rootkits. As i understand the secure boot protects my computer against rootkit execution outside of the os at a deeper level wich may be hard to detect from the os (I may be wrong here).
Should i be concern about it?
I am aware there is a way to do it with shim package from the aur repo, which i am not willing to use since i am not experienced enough to inspect the package files.
Since i still need Windows for various reasons, should i just look for a distro that supports secure boot: Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora?