Mary leaves her Android phone in a Cab. John, the cab driver, is a nefarious character and tries to break into the phone versus returning it. He tries to install a custom version of Android on the device to gain access to Mary’s data. What security principal would prevent this from instance?

(A) A work profile passcode (work challenge)

(B) Using Android Protected Confirmation

(C) Rollback protection

(D) Factory Reset Protection


Rollback Protection prevents downgrading the OS to an older, less secure version. This is important to protect data on lost or stolen devices as an attacker could exploit the kernel and use a vulnerable version to access company data or install a persistent exploit.


This question is from the Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Post-exam Exam. You can find answers to all the questions asked in this exam on our Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Post-exam Answers page.

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