Why is fuse burning not recommended from Linux?

My current understanding of fuse burning options is that USB is the recommended way to burn fuses, and that it’s possible to burn fuses from Linux using /sys/devices/3820000.efuse/3820000.efuse:efuse-burn but it’s not recommended.

Why isn’t fuse burning from Linux recommended? Is it because there’s greater risk of the system unexpectedly powering off, or something else?

We have the secure boot package which contains tools and README for burning fuses. Please use the package. We don’t test burning fuses through Linux commands, so it may not work properly. Fuse burning is irreversible and it’s better to use the tool.

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