Getting started

This document explains how to enable and disable the Secure Boot feature in the UEFI on SNS firewalls. Secure Boot increases the security of the system, in particular by verifying the signature of the system loaded when the SNS starts up.

This procedure applies to the following products: SN-S-Series-220, SN-S-Series-320, SN-M-Series-520, SN-M-Series-720, SN-M-Series-920, SN1100, SN3100 and SNi20.

For security reasons, before enabling Secure Boot, you are advised to protect your firewall's UEFI control panel with a password.
Protecting access to the configuration panel of the UEFI on SNS firewalls


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May 25, 2023

Add SN-S-Series-220, SN-S-Series-320, SN-M-Series-520, SN-M-Series-720 and SN-M-Series-920 firewalls

Add section Disabling Secure Boot in the SNS firewall’s UEFI

June 13, 2022 New document