James Bottomley has announced the availability of a version of the Tianocore UEFI implementation
built into a KVM virtual machine; the result is a virtual system
implementing the UEFI secure boot mechanism. "I'm releasing this now
because interest in UEFI Secure Boot is rising, particularly amongst the
Linux Distributions which don't have access to UEFI secure boot hardware,
so having a virtual platform should allow them to experiment with coming up
with their own solutions." It should be a useful tool for anybody
wanting to make a system that works within the UEFI secure boot environment.