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Posted by Janis Danisevskis, Information Security Engineer, Android Security

[Cross-posted from the Android Developers Blog]

In Android Pie, we introduced Android Protected Confirmation, the first major mobile OS API that leverages a hardware protected user interface (Trusted UI) to perform critical transactions completely outside the main mobile operating system. This Trusted UI protects the choices you make from fraudulent apps or a compromised operating system. When an app invokes Protected Confirmation, control is passed to the Trusted UI, where transaction data is displayed and user confirmation of that data’s correctness is obtained.
Once confirmed, your intention is cryptographically authenticated and unforgeable when

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