(A) Security Domains.
(B) Secure memory blocks (SMB).
(C) The Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL).
(D) System on a Chip (SoC).
In order to prevent attacks on the operating system, SELinux also separates the OS into many small sections called Security Domains, so if the system is compromised, the attack is limited to that domain.
This question is from the Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Post-exam and the Android Enterprise Security & Privacy Final Exam. You can find answers to all the questions asked in both exams on our Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Post-exam Answers page and Android Enterprise Security & Privacy Final Exam Answers page.