About Secure Boot in UEFI mode

Secure Boot was supported from Ventoy 1.0.07, but the solution is not perfect enough. So from ventoy 1.0.09, an option for secure boot is added in Ventoy2Disk.exe/Ventoy2Disk.sh and default is disabled. So by default, you need to disabled secure boot in BIOS before boot Ventoy in UEFI mode.

If you want you can turn it on when install or update Ventoy. For Ventoy2Disk.exe in menu Option-->Secure Boot for Ventoy2Disk.sh it's -s option.
If you run into some error after turn it on (for example Linpus lite boot failed error), maybe the solution doesn't work with your machine, so you need to turn off the option, and disable secure boot in BIOS.
If it works well with your machine, that's a good news. But you still need to do as follows for the first time.