What process provides strong proof that a certificate being presented to a server for authentication from an Android device was stored in hardware and has not been compromised or spoofed?

(A) Key Attestation.

(B) Verify Apps.

(C) Certificate Capacitive Filtering.

(D) Network Access Control services.


Key Attestation is a process that cryptographically provides proof that a device’s bootloader and systems integrity has not been compromised.

Android devices are given a Google attestation key after GMS certification, stored in hardware, that is used as part of the Verified Boot process.


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.

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