It comes with a UEFI compatible boot-loader and various fixes to make it work with EFI installations on GPT disks.
The boot loader is not signed for secure boot, so for now, to use it, disabling secure boot is required.
The tool is able to use a signed shim Bootloader from Red Hat and install it, however for now the required files are not included in the installation package, as its a more fiddly installation and given the release is a beta it sounded reasonable to try to minimize potential issues.
The Disk Cryptor driver needed to be slightly updated, and since the ReactOS foundation no longer offer driver signing service, I head to use a leaked code signing certificate i found laying around the Internets.
This means some anti malware applications flag it as potential dangerous: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/e1c ... /detection
Here is the change-log with all the highlights:
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[29.01.2020] - 1.2.846.118.200 [*] Project moved to Visual Studio 2017, using win 7 sdk for compatybility [+] Added EFI bootloader [+] Added shim bootloader to achieve secure boot compatibility (https://habr.com/ru/post/446238/) [+] Added bootloader instalation routine for GPT partitions [+] Integrated EFI bootloader instalation in the CLI [*] Enabled GUI high DPI awareness [*] Fixed boot partitions not being properly detected [+] Added disk type display to bootloader instalation dialog [+] Integrated EFI bootloader instalation in the GUI [+] Error messages now provide an error string instead of a cryptic error code [*] Fixed driver uninstall not being able to delete dcrypt.sys