> we really believe that app developers should be able to find out if they're running on a "stock" device, with all of the security and functionality guarantees that implies

I just don't understand how on earth could this be even close to the truth. *Not all apps* need to know if they are running on a "stock" device -- especially not every random app that does nothing even close to needing that level of security. It might be justifiable for, say, a banking app, but hardly for McDonald's. When there is no limit on, or any intention to put a limit on the extent to which SafetyNet could be applied, your action is essentially attempting to kill off the modding community, no matter how many nice words you could put in a Reddit post.


@niconiconi Basically remote attestation of the OS integrity of an Android device.

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