Rufus 4.2.4070 Beta

The new version of Rufus, 4.2.4070 Beta, was released today. The new version fixes an issue that caused the application to crash when users tried to open 32-bit (x86) versions of Windows ISOs.


The update also adds detection and warning against UEFI revoked bootloaders. The Secure Boot Forbidden Signature Database or Secure Boot DBX from Microsoft is basically a block list for UEFI executables that have been found to be dangerous.

The company he published also recently instructions on how to block vulnerable Windows boot managers using the WDAC UEFI lock.

In addition to these changes, the new version also brings support for ZIP64, which means users will now be able to extract .zip images that are larger than 4GB.

It will also be possible to add or disks as compressed Virtual Hard Disk v2 (VHDX) images, as well as experimental support for images Flash Update (FFU).

FFU is based on sectors instead of Windows Imaging file format (WIM) files, which means that FFU deployment will be faster, although you will have larger file sizes as a result.

Watch this full changelog for Rufus 4.2.4070 Beta.

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